Eighty-two years ago today, on August 20, 1940, Leon Trotsky was assassinated by an agent of the Stalinist secret police, the GPU, in his villa in Coyoacan, Mexico, where he spent the final three years of his life as a political exile.
Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe's biography of Stepan Bandera: A devastating portrait of the figurehead of Ukrainian fascism
Rossoliński-Liebe’s biography of Bandera provides irrefutable evidence for the horrific crimes and fascist outlook of Stepan Bandera, who is now widely glorified as a “hero” by the Ukrainian regime.
One of the most notorious crimes was the brutal suppression of the Mau Mau insurgency in Kenya. It began shortly after then Princess Elizabeth left Kenya in February 1952.
Gorbachev, who is being hailed in the Western press as a statesman, was responsible for the final act of betrayal carried out by the parasites who raised themselves up above and fed off the Soviet working class—the full-scale restoration of capitalism in the USSR and the dissolution of that country into more than a dozen states.
On August 21, the YGBL held meetings in Saint Petersburg and the western Siberian city Chelyabinsk to commemorate the 82nd anniversary of Trotsky’s assassination at the hands of a Stalinist agent.
The ISL employs the Stalinist methods of historical lies and amalgams in order to sow historical confusion and cover up the crimes of the far right.
McCullough’s work, though limited by his focus on the personal and a mystical “American spirit,” revealed that there is a hunger for history among masses of people.
In its adulation of Queen Elizabeth and all the pageantry of the British monarchy, the newspaper responsible for publishing the 1619 Project has entangled itself in many layers of contradictions.
“As far as the wood’s edge”: 250 years since the removal of the Delaware people from the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania
A quarter of a millennium ago, the last publicly identified members of the Lenni Lenape (Delaware) tribe of Native Americans were forcibly removed from the territory in Eastern Pennsylvania where they had fought to establish a homeland. The real story of the removal of the Delaware clashes with the “official” narrative of American history as laid-out by the New York Times, which claims “blacks fought alone” for democracy.
The right-wing Republican denounces a distinguished historian as an “elitist” and a “snob” for raising the danger of right-wing authoritarianism in America.
American Historical Association president issues groveling apology after racialist social media attack
Professor James Sweet was viciously attacked for his mild criticism of the 1619 Project and similar work for its “presentism” and US-centric outlook on slavery.