Janine on Stroppyblog commemorates Minnie Lansbury, whose memory deserves to be dragged from out of the shadow of that of her father-in-law George Lansbury.
Eighty years ago this week — 10 May, 1933 — organised book burnings took place in university towns throughout Germany.
Warsaw wrote two brilliant chapters in its history during the war, and also entered a dark blot on its pages.
The political situation makes a strong case for left unity.
In 1870, when the Elementary Education Act paved the way for universal state education in Britain, the population was 27.5 million.
Anti-Jewish pogroms continued in Europe after the defeat of the Nazis, as this report from the US “orthodox” Trotskyist paper, The Militant, of 11 August 1947, shows.
Seventy years ago, in April 1943, the Jews of the Warsaw ghetto rose up against the Nazis.
Recording of Clive Bradley's introduction to the Workers' Liberty Forum on '80 years on: could the Nazis have been stopped?' in London on 27 March.
George Julian Harney (1817-1897) was a radical Chartist leader who became a pioneer of English revolutionary socialism.