By Chris Clough One hundred years ago, a five-day bloody battle raged in the US. A million rounds of ammunition were fired, and planes flew overhead dropping bombs and poison gas. This battle, the largest since the Civil War, is rarely mentioned in the history books and the centenary passed by without most politicians even […]
150th anniversary of the Paris Commune.
By Gerald Falke and Dave Stockton The 200th anniversary Friedrich Engels’ birth, gives us an opportunity to look back over his remarkable life and recall the importance of his contribution to what became known as Marxism and to the formation of the political parties of the working class. In many assessments, he appears merely as […]
A review of Pelz's A People's History of the German Revolution.
100 year anniversary.
1930s unemployed movement.
HIstory of the National Unemployed Workers Movement.
Hounded to his death by Leeds police.
Lessons from the parliamentary road.
The history of the Chilean revolution.