Monthly Archives: August 2015

Anti-Fascist Action in Nazi Germany

“What of the situation outside the workplace? Hitler’s SA projected an image of strength and the Brownshirts were indeed a large organization, but the fact remains that the SPD’s paramilitary wing alone, the Reichsbanner, outnumbered them significantly. To this number … Continue reading

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The ‘Battle of Lewisham’ and the anti-fascist challenge to the Communist Party

Originally posted on New Historical Express:
On 13 August, 1977, the ‘Battle of Lewisham’ occurred on the streets on south-east London – a confrontation between anti-fascist protestors, the police and (some) members of the National Front, who attempted to march…

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IS in the 60s: May 68 and after

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IS in the 60s: two thousand workers with bricks: the Roberts-Arundel strike

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IS in the 60s: linking up with Manchester workers and fighting racism

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Why zionism is antisemitism

“The Israeli army claims that it operates on a principle of the utmost respect for human life, and does everything possible to avoid Palestinian civilian casualties. If, for the sake of argument, we take them at their word here, the … Continue reading

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IS in the 60s: Building a revolutionary group from the ground up

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