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Prom 6: Shostakovich and Sibelius

It’s 100 years since the Bolshevik Revolution and this Prom is stuffed with political, musical messages. The symphonic poem, October by Shostakovich is a ‘subversive musical message’ at his most political whilst Sibelius’ Second Symphony is considered ‘a potent symbol of nationalism and resistance by the people of Finland.’ Quite apt choices considering the political climate at the moment. 447 more words

BBC Proms 2017

“The Bolshevik Revolution – its Impact on Cork and the Irish Labour Movement”.

On Friday morning 4th August at 11.00am at the Maldron Hotel, Historian Luke Dineen will present “The Bolshevik Revolution – Impact on Cork and Irish Labour”. 539 more words


Antifa Declares War on the West

Look, here’s the thing. All jokes aside right now.

They may not look like much, but a lot of money and effort goes into organizing radical left-wing groups like Antifa. 472 more words


To Work, Comrades


A crane begins to remove the first of many panels from the Berlin Wall. An excited crowd, waving flags & banners, pulses with the hope of reunification. 357 more words


A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles


Amor Towles was born and raised in the Boston area. He graduated from Yale University and received an MA in English from Stanford University. 826 more words


Antifa is a terrorist group in the blood-soaked Bolshevik tradition

By Adam Garrie | The Free Thought Project

Left wing terrorism has been part of Europe and the United States since before most people had ever heard of the word ‘jihad’. 1,059 more words


First Russian Aviator - Mikhail Nikiforovich Efimov (1881-1919) Bolshevik Revolutionary

Mikhail Efimov was known to be a good athlete in his youth, a profound thinker and inventor, and supporter of the Bolshevik Revolutionary Movement led by Lenin. 469 more words

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