The events of 1970-73 hold vital lessons for us in a new period of revolutions and military coups.
The GFA promised much but delivered little—except a breathing space for British imperialism
The 1972 dock strike has important lessons for today as we enter a new period of industrial struggle
Forty years ago, Margaret Thatcher’s Tory government fought an undeclared war against Argentina for control of the Malvinas.
In the first week of May, 85 years ago, the tragic end to the Spanish revolution played out on the streets of Barcelona.
The Tories are desperate to put a positive spin on the teaching of the British Empire
RECENT EVENTS in Ukraine have been a sharp reminder that under capitalism, inter-imperialist rivalries inevitably lead to brutal wars that cause mass death and devastation. While some of these wars are localised within individual countries or regions, there is always the danger that another World War could break out, which would inevitably involve human suffering […]
On 30 January 1972, Bloody Sunday, the British Parachute Regiment shot dead 13 unarmed civil rights protesters in Derry and wounded 15 others.
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.