Monthly Archives: July 2012

Originally posted on Proletarian Center for Research, Education and Culture:
Quotations: “Freedom only for the supporters of the government, only for the members of a party – however numerous they may be – is no freedom at all. Freedom is always the…

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Originally posted on Of Glass & Paper:
A hero for our time: Rosa Luxemburg  She was a beautiful and intelligent woman, who ended her life in the violent and extreme world born from the chaos and massacres of the first…

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Rosa Luxemburg and Jewish Zamość

Rosa Luxemburg in her teens (c. 1885) and modern-day Zamość, Poland. The city was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. On 5 March 1871, Rosa Luxemburg was born in the small Polish city of Zamość, which had a … Continue reading

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‘Love and Death’; Letters of Rosa Luxemburg (2011) reviewed by Professor Timothy Snyder in The New Republic

Love and Death  Timothy Snyder June 9, 2011 | 12:00 am The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg Edited by Georg Adler, Peter Hudis, and Annelies Laschitza Translated by George Shriver (Verso, 609 pp., $39.95) Once upon a time there lived a … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill on Rosa Luxemburg, Jews and ‘The Worldwide Conspiracy for the Overthrow of Civilisation’

In February 1920, Winston Churchill wrote an article for the British Illustrated Daily Herald on ‘Zionism versus Bolshevism’ in which he identified Rosa Luxemburg as one of the Jewish revolutionaries involved in a ‘worldwide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilisation’. … Continue reading

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On This Day: 21 July 1896: Rosa Luxemburg in London

On 21 July 1896, Rosa Luxemburg arrived in London for the International Socialist Congress (26 July- 1 August 1896).

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Originally posted on La Bataille socialiste:
Extrait de The Socialist Labor Party and the Internationals, article d’Eric Hass publié dans Fifty years of American Marxism, 1941, et repris en brochure en 1949. L’extrait montre que Rosa Luxemburg a défendu les…

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