CPGB-ML and Red Youth comrades, as well as members of the Stalin Society, laid wreaths at the Soviet War memorial in South London today, to mark Victory Day. Following the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, in August 1941, after enduring great privation and destruction at the hands of the invaders, the Soviet people checked … Continue reading CPGB-ML Pay tribute at the Soviet War Memorial, on the 70th Anniversary of the Victory over Fascism!
Today - 9 May 2015 - marks the 70th Anniversary of the victory of the Soviet Union over Nazi German Fascism; when the red flag was raised over the Reichstag by the victorious Red Army, while Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his bunker in Berlin. These are achievements of Socialism that we can and should … Continue reading Celebrate Soviet Victory over Fascism!
Nadezhda (Nadia) Popova, night bomber pilot, died on July 8th, aged 91 This article is from the New York Times Europe WHEN their hair was chopped off—as it had to be when they joined one of the Soviet Union’s three women-only air-force regiments—some of the women looked just like boys. Add in the bulky flight … Continue reading Nadezhda Popova, WWII ‘Night Witch,’ Dies at 91
Henry Friedrich Carl Metelmann, was born on 25 December 1922, the son of a socialist railway worker in Hamburg, Germany. As a lively and active boy, he joined the scouts, and later his group was merged with the Hitler youth. With Hitler's rise he was seduced by the fascist movement, and the experiences and privileges … Continue reading Through Hell for Hitler – NAZIs v NATO
Cde Harpal Brar, Chairman of the CPGB-ML delivered this keynote speech at the party’s recent celebration of the Great Socialist October Revolution of 1917. He explains the historical significance of the October Revolution, the achievements of Soviet Socialism, and its ongoing relevance to workers in Britain. He gives a detailed explanation of modern imperialism, its … Continue reading Revolution in Britain?