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This day. Remember the Rosenbergs, murdered by the US ruling circles 63 years ago

Crimes of the Cold War | DOUGAL MACDONALD

On June 19, 1953, U.S. citizens Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed at Sing Sing Prison in New York on the false charge of conspiring to pass atomic secrets to the Soviet Union during the Second World War. 1,284 more words

United States

Polish communists sentenced for propagating communism

Four activists of the CPP were condemned on 31st of March 2016 by the Regional Court in Dąbrowa Górnicza for propagating communist ideology in the „Brzask” newspaper and on the party’s website. 731 more words

Labour Movement

CfP: Armed Resistance in Eastern and Southeastern Europe 1945-1956: Actors, Groups, Forms, Intentions, Motives, Goals, and Consequences

As a consequence of the military defeat of the Axis powers and the establishment of communist regimes in eastern and southeastern Europe under Soviet domination, various organized groups decided to resist by force the newly established systems of repression and compulsion. 468 more words

Call For Papers

1951 and the attempt to ban the Australian Communist Party: When Turnbull's predecessor gambled on a double dissolution election

Yesterday Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced that if the Senate did not pass two pieces of legislation to re-establish the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC), he would call for the Governor-General to issue the writs for a double dissolution election. 901 more words

International Communist Movement

The Happy Jack Fish-Hatchery Papers: Dalton Trumbo versus Steve Allen

Dalton Trumbo

Steve Allen

After I joined the Trotskyist movement in 1967, I always kept a certain distance from the pulsating heart of the movement that consisted of people on staff. 14,654 more words


Nationalism and Newspeak

In George Orwell’s book, 1984, the language of the future socialist government was known as “Newspeak.” There is an appendix in the novel, titled “Principles of Newspeak,” It was designed as a gradually implemented policy, that was not the sole language of Oceania in 1984. 6,536 more words