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Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945

10 June 2008
Between the two world wars there was a massive expansion of interest in photography across central European countries including Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Austria and Hungary.

All Power to the Imagination: 1968 and its legacies

29 April 2008
All Power to the Imagination: 1968 and its legacies

Rudi Dutschke and the German student movement in 1968

29 April 2008
The political storm that broke out across the world 40 years ago affected every part of the globe. But with much of the media focusing on the student protests and mass strikes in France in May 1968, it is possible to miss the significance of some of the other revolts.

Lindsey German stands up for civil rights in London

15 April 2008
Lindsey German, the Left List’s candidate for mayor of London, showed why her message is winning support when she debated other mayoral candidates at a No2ID hustings on Tuesday of last week.

Left List TV election broadcast set to hit the small screen

15 April 2008
The Left List campaign for Lindsey German for London mayor is set to receive a major publicity boost.

How Otto von Bismarck won Germany's unification

08 April 2008
As we saw in last week's column, Germany failed to pull off a bourgeois, or capitalist, revolution in 1848. The country remained divided, politically and legally, into many small states.

Rising struggle aids German left

01 April 2008
Civil war is raging in the SPD, the German Labour Party, following the successes of the radical left Die Linke party in recent elections. The crisis has grown to such an extent that a recent opinion poll put the SPD at 22 percent, with Die Linke at 14 percent.

NUT conference: Anti-war fringe meeting

25 March 2008
Around 250 people crammed into a fantastic fringe meeting on "Britishness, racism and war". The meeting was chaired by Baljeet Ghale, former President of the NUT, and addressed by Lindsey German from the Stop the War Coalition, Rose Gentle from Military Families Against the War and Moazzam Begg, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.

The Counterfeiters

18 March 2008
Set in Germany during the Second World War and based on a true story, the film looks at Operation Bernhard – a Nazi plan to destabilise the Allies by flooding their economies with forged currency.

Video of Lindsey German addressing World Against War demo in London, 15 March

18 March 2008
Lindsey German, Left List mayoral candidate for the GLA elections, addressing the World Against War demonstration in central London on Saturday 15 March 2008.

Why Respect is standing as ‘Left List’ in London

11 March 2008
Lindsey German was Respect’s mayoral candidate in the 2004 London elections. She was re-selected as Respect’s mayoral candidate last spring by over 300 Respect members at a properly convened all-London convention.

Respect for London

04 March 2008
Lindsey German attends Bethnal Green tube disaster commemoration Respect’s candidate for London mayor Lindsey German attended a commemoration of the Bethnal Green tube disaster last Saturday.

Rise of new left party reshapes German politics

26 February 2008
The rapid ascendancy of Die Linke, the new German left party, is causing a crisis for all other mainstream parties – particularly the conservative CDU and the SPD, Germany’s equivalent of New Labour. Both parties share power in a coalition government.

The Edge of Heaven

26 February 2008
A Turkish revolutionary flees to Germany looking for her mother.

Kosovo’s breakaway will inflame 'cold war' tensions

19 February 2008
The US, Britain, France, Germany and Italy have rushed to recognise last Sunday’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia made by the parliament in Kosovo.

The tragedy of Germany’s failed revolution

19 February 2008
At the 1907 conference of the Second International (the organisation of European socialist parties) Rosa Luxemburg helped write a resolution committing each party to opposing its own government in a time of war.

Hustings cheers Lindsey Germans’s fighting talk at the Base

12 February 2008
Young people in Brixton, south London, packed into a mayoral hustings meeting at The Base on Monday.

Respect’s London Assembly List

05 February 2008
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Respect launches battle for London

05 February 2008
Over 200 Respect supporters from across London met last week to finalise the selection of a list of candidates for the London Assembly elections on 1 May and to launch Lindsey German’s campaign for mayor.

A new left for eastern Europe

05 February 2008
In 1989 one party regimes crumbled in six countries in Eastern Europe. Within a few weeks there were massive political changes in Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland and Romania. The Eastern Bloc, which the Soviet Union had dominated, was finished.

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