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Graves of the children killed in the colliery disaster in 1966. Photo: Stephen McKay

Aberfan 1966: remembering the victims

Fifty years after the mining disaster that killed 144 people, we should not forget that the survivors never got justice, writes Lindsey German

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Opinion
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When memory yields to pride

John Marciano’s The American War in Vietnam exposes ongoing attempts to rehabilitate a war that did so much to discredit imperialist interventions, finds Kit Klarenberg

  • Written by Kit Klarenberg
  • Category: Book Reviews
Protesters marching in Budapest on 25 October 1956. Photo: Wikipedia

1956: Hungary's lost revolution

The 21st century anti-capitalist movement owes a debt to the heroic and inspiring working-class uprisings in Hungary 60 years ago, argues Sean Ledwith

  • Written by Sean Ledwith
  • Category: Opinion

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