World War Ii

Culture

Fourth of July Then and Now

When I was growing up in a small town in Illinois during the Eisenhower administration, Fourth of July was pure and simple: the children decorated our bikes and tricycles with red, white, and blue crepe paper to ride around the … Continued

International

No Escape

I have been doing a sort of archeology of war in order to piece myself together and heal. Frequently, I come back to defining points in my war experience where I truly felt the impossibility of my existence and the … Continued

British Anti-fascists Prepare Mass Campaign

By Nick Lowles The next five months will see the largest ever anti-fascist campaign in British history. Dozens of local anti-fascists groups are being set up, thousands of people mobilised and five million pieces of literature delivered. This is all … Continued