On Holocaust Memorial Day
Never again! This requires action now, as well as reflection, argues Reuben Bard-Rosenberg
Tony Cliff: The Jews, Israel and the Holocaust
Tony Cliff was a Palestinian Jew and leading revolutionary socialist in Britain. On Holocaust Memorial Day, and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, we republish an article that he wrote in 1998.
Rees-Mogg's Imperial Denialism
Rees-Mogg's obfuscation around imperial nostalgia is a cynical ploy to romanticise the atrocities commited under the British Empire, argues Dominic Alexander
Saying never again means resisting in the present
Remembering the Holocaust means remembering the horrific slaughter of Jewish people, but also the resistance and solidarity, and resolving to put 'never again' into practice, writes Dana Mills
The problem of relativisation
On the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Kevin Ovenden takes on the mistaken politics of relativisation and argues that Europe must take responsibility for its history.
Surviving the Death Factory: communist resistance in Auschwitz
To commemorate International Holocaust Day, Sean Ledwith tells the truly inspirational story of Kampfgruppe Auschwitz (KGA)
Final Solution: The Fate of the Jews 1933-1949 - book review
David Cesarni’s posthumous
is an essential and magisterial history on Hitler’s war against Europe’s Jewish population, argues Chris Bambery.
The Holocaust and Israel
It is one of the most tragic cases in history that an oppressed nation like the Jews, have imposed oppression and barbarism on another nation – the Palestinians, writes Tony Cliff in this 1998 article