Speaker: Graham Taylor
Socialist History Society
Public Zoom Meeting
Saturday 7th November 2020 at 2pm
Following the recent publication of his book, The Mayflower in Britain, and his Gresham Lecture, The Mayflower: a London-Leiden Adventure, Graham will describe the historical context of the Mayflower expedition and explain how in the 19th century its story was incorporated into conservatism, liberalism and Marxism. Read on ...
Socialist History Society Public Zoom Meeting
Saturday 26 September, 2020 2:00 PM London
Speaker: Professor Selina Todd
Selina Todd is Professor of Modern History at St Hilda’s College, Oxford. She has been President of the Socialist Educational Association since 2017.
Her research interests focus on working-class, women’s and feminist history in modern Britain. Read on ...
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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 ...
Socialist History Society Public Meeting on Saturday 28th March 2020 has been POSTPONED until the public health situation improves
In this era of Brexit, the British Labour Party and the wider labour movement face the twin challenges of globalised capitalism on the one hand, and an upsurge in backward-looking nationalism on the other. Read on ...