1917 The Russian Revolution, Reactions and Impact

The Russian Revolution of 1917 changed the world forever. For once, it appeared that the oppressed workers were within grasp of the levers of state power and for a while the prospect of permanently ending exploitation seemed a real possibility. The revolutionary mood swept across continents and its impact was Read on ...

Climbing Mount Sinai: Noah Ablett 1883-1935

Tonypandy Miners on Strike 1910

Socialist History Occasional Publication 40

Noah Ablett has been described as the ultimate organic intellectual. An accomplished autodidact, scholar, polemicist, orator and teacher; he was one of the most outstanding, but controversial labour activists to emerge from the period of unprecedented industrial, Read on ...

Killing Communists in Havana

Jesús Menéndez, General Secretary of the Cuban Sugar Workers’ Federation

The Start of the Cold War in Latin America
by Steve Cushion

Socialist History Society Occasional Publication 39

The Cold War started early in Cuba, with anti-communist purges of the trade unions already under way by 1947. Corruption and government Read on ...