The Debate at Halle
Against The Current vol. 156

Haberkern, E.
Date Written:  2012-01-01
Publisher:  Against The Current
Year Published:  2012
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX14119

There were two defining moments in the history of the international working-class movement in the first half of the 20th century. The first, by far the most discussed and written about for obvious reasons, was the revolution in Russia in October 1917 and its subsequent isolation and defeat. The second was the disaster in the German movement, which had been for half a century the model of a militant, socialist working-class movement, and the subsequent collapse of that movement in the face of Nazism.

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