Nazism

No Collusion, No Obstruction: The Libcom Report - Libri Incogniti

The “libertarian communist” website libcom.org recently affixed a note to the infamous article “Auschwitz or the Great Alibi“: First in the form of an anonymous preface, then once the author of this preface, “Mike Harman”, was revealed to be the brains behind the operation in the comment section, he added some impotent invective. We take this opportunity to respond with some comments ourself.

Metropoliteno - Vladimir Varankin

V. Varankin — instruisto de kavaleria lernejo. Urbo Tverj, 1925

Romano de Vladimir Varankin verkisto de Esperanto por Laboristoj. El la eldonejo "Sur la paĝoj de «Metropoliteno» vi legos pri la eventoj, kiuj kaŭzis naskiĝon de naziismo en Germanio kaj uzurpon de potenco en USSR far la koterio de Stalin."

Esperanto Banned 70 Years Ago

Short account of the banning of Esperanto and the beginning of persecution of its speakers in Nazi Germany.

Esperanto-malpermeso antaŭ 70 jaroj

La 17an de majo 1935 la tiama germana ministro pri scienco, edukado kaj popolklerigo, Bernhard Rust, malpermesis la instruadon de Esperanto en germanaj lernejoj.

Anti-Semitism and National Socialism: Notes on the German Reaction to Holocaust

Moishe Postone's 1986 essay on the development and importance of anti-Semitism to the Nazi party. And the short comings of many previous attempts to grapple with it, particularly from a left perspective.

Legacy Of The Pink Triangle - Sam Lowry

Prisoners wearing pink triangles on their uniforms are marched outdoors by Nazi

From the Nazis' concentration camps to the streets of London today, lesbians and gay men have been a target of fascist attacks. Sam Lowry examines this history of persecution.

From issue 2 of Anti-Fascist Action's Fighting Talk magazine, 1992.

Vichy france: Old guard and new order, 1940-1944

Robert O. Paxton's classic study of the aftermath of France's sudden collapse under Nazi invasion utilizes captured German archives and other contemporary materials to construct a strong and disturbing account of the Vichy period in France.

To see the Holocaust in a grain of sand

The Holocaust

Thoughts on the 70th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust

The Holocaust

Some reflections on the capitalist roots of the Holocaust.

Nolden, Julius (1895-1973)

A short biography of German anarchist Julius Nolden