A piece by Michel S. Beaulieu on Lakehead workers and their relation to the radicalism that culminated in labor unrest in Canada between 1917-1925.
Fantastically researched historical fiction about the Iroquois, a group of native American tribes who side with the British during the American war in independence.
D.D. Johnston reviews Brian Lavery’s The Headscarf Revolutionaries, an account of a spontaneous campaign by fishermen’s wives in Hull, which following the...
A former member of the anti-parliamentary, councilist KAPD describes his experiences of the German Revolution, his time spent in Moscow amongst the Bolsheviks and the difficulties faced in a...
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