Edward Aveling, ‘Son-in-Law of Karl Marx’: A Victorian Enigma

By Deborah Lavin

This book is the first-ever biography of Edward Aveling (1849-1898) and rescues him from his footnote status in the histories of the period and in the biographies of his contemporaries. It should be of interest to anyone engaged in research on aspects of 19th century socialism or with an interest in the lives of Karl Marx and his circle. Read on ...

Daring to Hope

A personal history of the politics of the 1970s
A meeting of the Socialist History Society with historian Sheila Rowbotham

The SHS is pleased to announce that our first talk of 2022 was with historian Sheila Rowbotham who discussed her involvement in the women’s liberation movement, left-wing politics and the “alternative” culture of the 1970s. Read on ...

On Strike Against the Nazis

The book is free to members of the Society, otherwise £5 inc p&p [£7 overseas] – more details from: s.cushion23@gmail.com
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Class Struggle and Resistance in Northern France and Belgium during the Second World War
By Steve Cushion
The class struggle did not disappear during the Second World War following the occupation of Europe by the German armed forces. Read on ...