Here we are taking the opportunity to provide access to some other documents that did not originate with Revolutionary History, but which we think our readers will be interested in.
- Bill Hunter: The Nuremberg Trial, from the Socialist Appeal of October 1946.
- W.T. Goode: Interview with Lenin from The Manchester Guardian, October 21, 1919
- John Percy: Obituary for Nick Origlass, veteran Australian Trotskyist, from Greenleft Weekly 2 June 1996
- J.J. Plant: A note on material by Kollontai
- Jim Monaghan: A note on Tomas O’Flaherta
- Marilyn Vogt-Downey & Geoff Barr: Report on the 1995 conference on the legacy of Leon Trotsky
- Simon Pirani: Report on the 1996 conference to mark 60 years since the publication of Revolution Betrayed
- J.J. Plant (ed.): Documents about the Tibet question
- Frederick Engels: Beer Riots in Bavaria An article from The Northern Star, 25 May 1884. This article is J.J. Plant’s favourite among all of Engels’s writing and is uploaded here in a spirit of uninhibited self indulgence.
- Hillel Ticktin & Terry Brotherstone: Statement on the Committee for the Study of Trotsky and his Legacy
- What Next: A selection of historical materials from the socialist discussion journal (This is a submenu)
- Ian Birchall, “The Smallest Mass Party In The World”: Socialist Workers Party 1951-1979. In three parts: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- Clarification letter from Mike Jones on Danish Trotskyism.
- Supplementary Balkan material – a selection of material that wasn’t included in Revolutionary History, Vol.8, No.3, on the Balkans.
- Extract from
Memoirs: A revolutionary in 20th
century Greece, by A. Stinas