How did housing activism support the fight against fascism and anti-semitism in the late 1930s? Sarah Glynn investigates a wave of rent strikes in London’s East End and beyond
Tag: Communist Party
Only two organisations can claim a direct line of descent from the Communist Party of Great Britain: Unlock Democracy and the Socialist History Society.
The thirty years between the Russian Revolution and Stalin’s destruction of Yiddish culture produced some of the best writing in Yiddish, little of which has been translated into English.
A review, written by Ross Bradshaw, of the special issue of The Spokesman, comprising of a set of essays on aspects of Ken Coates’ life, who was editor of the journal for forty years
A review by Ross Bradshaw of ‘After the Party: Reflections on Life Since the CPGB’ edited by Andy Croft
The story of Beryl Lund, who was, in 1948, at the same time, an actor, a communist and a civil servant working on sensitive defence contracts