Germany

Nolden, Julius (1895-1973)

A short biography of German anarchist Julius Nolden

Helberg, Paul (1905-1989)

Winkelmann(l.) Helberg (r.)

A short biography of German anarchist Paul Helberg

Le Prolétaire – The Tragedy of the German Proletariat in the First Post-War Period

We present here in English the International Communist Party’s account and analysis of the struggles of revolutionary and counter-revolutionary forces in Germany in the first post war period, published in eight separate parts in 1972.

Thiede, Richard (1906-1990)

Richard Thiede

A short biography of German anarchist Richard Thiede

Wüstemann, Martha (1908- 1992) aka Martha Lewin aka Julia Alino

Martha Wüstemann

A short biography of the German anarchist Martha Wüstemann

Rosinke, Anton (1881-1937)

Anton Rosinke

A short biography of the German anarchist Anton Rosinke, murdered by the Nazis in 1937

Hahn, Hermann (1907-1941)

Hermann Hahn

A short biography of the German anarchist building worker Hermann Hahn

Auschwitz or the great alibi: What we deny and what we affirm

Martin Axelrad's reply to criticisms of his essay "Auschwitz or the Great Alibi". Extract from Prolétaire No. 437, July-August-Sept. 1996.

The Fichtmann family

A short account of the Fichtmann family, active in the KAPD and AAU

A Worker’s Message From Poland And The Ghetto: “Socialism Lives and Will Dominate the World”

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The second private letter from a German worker and soldier active in the underground socialist movement in Germany, sent to a friend in the United States and published in The Militant in 1942. This one recounts the three weeks that the author spent in Warsaw at the end of 1941, explaining the situation in occupied Poland and the socialist movement there.