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Front cover of Socialist History, 19

ISBN: 1 85489 128 6 (hb)
ISBN: 1 85489 129 4 (pb)
ISSN: 0969 4331

Issue 19: Contents


Notes on Contributors

Slyvia Pankhurst and the Italian Anti-Fascist Movement
The Women's International Matteotti Committee
Richard Pankhurst

John MacDairmid's Ghost
A tale of socialist Scotland
Alison Macleod

The Artist as Subversive?
The Russian avant-garde and the state, 1905-1924
Judith Harrison and Liam O'Sullivann

Extract from 'Letter to Randall Swingler'
Andy Croft

Mapless in the Wilderness
Randall Swingler and 1956
Andy Croft

John Saville and the Dictionary of Labour Biography
Interview by Malcolm Chase


Books to be remembered (2)

British Soldier in India: The letters of Clive Branson (John Saville)

Mary Davis, Sylvia Pankhurst: A life in radical politics (Krista Cowman)

J.-P. Satre (transl. Quentin Hoare), War Diaries: Notebooks from a phony war 1939-1940 (David Drake)

Jeffrey Weeks and Kevin Porter (eds), Between the Acts: Lives of homosexual men 1885-1967 (Matt Houlbrook)

Judy Kaplan and Linn Shapiro (eds), Red Diapers: Growing up in the communist left; Phil Cohen (ed), Children of the Revolution: Communist childhood in Cold War Britain (Richard Cross)

Bob Reynolds (ed), The International Transportworkers Federation 1914-1945 (Stefan Berger)

Richard Sakwa, The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union 1917-1991; and Stephen J. Lee, Stalin and the Soviet Union (Francis King)

Bernard Davies, From Voluntarism to the Welfare State; A history of the youth service in England, volume 1939-1979; and From Thatcherism to New Labour: A history of the youth service in England, volume 2, 1979-1999 (Mike Waite)

Chris Williams, Capitalism, Community and Conflict: The South Wales Coalfield 1898-1947 (Alan Sandry)

Becky Conekin, Frank Mort and Chris Waters (eds), Moments of Modernity: Reconstructing Britain 1945-1964 (Roger Woods)

Laura Marcus and Lynda Nead (eds), The Actuality of Walter Benjamin (Rosemary Bechler)

Willie Thompson, Global Expansion: Britain and its Empire, 1870-1914 (Gita Subrahmanyam)

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