The following year, hectographized proclamations, signed by a “group of communist anarchists in Bežycy,” appeared on January 5, March 17, and September 14. All of them fell into the hands of the police in one or two copies and had anti-war and anti-imperialist content. Despite the use of undercover information and searches, the perpetrators of the production and in the same place, l. A copy of the proclamation. 31 GARF, f.102, OO, op.245, d.12, p.54-G, l.1. A copy of the proclamation. 32 Ibid, op.245, d.9, p.54-B, l.6. Report of the Head of the OGUU to the Police Department. 27.07. 1914 33 Ibid., D.12, p.54-g, l.3. Report of the Head of OGUU to the Police Department. 06.09. 1915 34 GAOO, f.883, op.1, d. 765, l.541. Report of the assistant head of the OGUU in the Bryansk and Karachev counties to the head of the OGUU.24.09. 1915 35 GARF, f.102, OO, op.246, d.167, p.54, l.3.20. Report of the Head of OGUU to the Police Department. 10.01 and 30.10. 1916 In the same place, d.12, p.54-g, l.1. Report of the Oryol Governor to the Police Department. 30.03. 1916 218 distribution of proclamations were never found.