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From David Morgan, Secretary of the Socialist History Society:
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It is with deep sadness that I have to inform everyone of the death of our comrade and friend, Deborah Lavin, a very active member, a serious historian and excellent speaker, who organised some excellent lecture series in recent years at Conway Hall.
As the launch of the book Anti-Nazi Germans will now not take place until the autumn, you can get a copy post-free from the authors.
£10 – more details from: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Enemies of the Nazi State from within the Working Class Movement
by Merilyn Moos
German Volunteers in the French Resistance
by Steve Cushion
It is a commonly held myth that there was little resistance in Germany to the Nazis except for one or two well known instances. Read on ...