Workers Didn’t Bring Us Fascism

From Berlin to the Ruhr, the organized working class resisted Hitler’s reactionary appeals.

When the young Eric Hobsbawm, already a fully paid-up member of the Communist Party of Great Britain, was conscripted into the army shortly after the outbreak of war in 1939, he got to know, for the first time, genuine members of the British working class. He got along with them well enough, but he was […]

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