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... , had the Left and the Labour movement ever seriously challenged the power of the ruling class in Britain, the British state would have put its carefully laid 'counter-insurgency' plans into operation with the same brutality it employed in colonial contexts. The Liberal Democratic Holocaust Of course Stalinism was a murderous system; but the British Empire, which so repelled Communists of Letty Norwood's generation, has a few mountains of corpses to its credit, too. The Bengal Famine of 1943-4, as avoidable and as man-made as the famine that Stalin caused, killed up to 5 million people. In the First World War 2.5 million working-class Britons and Empire citizens died in an insanely futile conflict; 3, ...
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... the various legal personalities in the de Courcy case were well known to each other and to the prosecuting witnesses this alone gives grounds for believing that something very singular was happening. In the light of current knowledge, the Cambridge spy Ring probably emerged gradually from an already existing Comintern operation/grouping, one in which Maurice Dobb, the openly Communist Cambridge academic, mentioned by Riley and then dismissed, was a central figure. Its initiator was Richard Sorge,on a trip to England in 1929. He'd been on a mission to Los Angeles because Stalin thought the movies had a future as a means of propaganda and mass control. Sorge later gave the Soviets precise timings for the ...
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143. RAF colluded in Hess flight [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... the rest of their lives that they were pulled off this certain 'kill' to allow Hitler's deputy, Rudolf Hess, to land unharmed in Scotland on his famous but still unexplained peace flight to Britain, six weeks before the Germans invaded Russia. Yet outside the pilots' log books there exists no official record of their mission. In post-war Communist Czechoslovakia, many ex-RAF pilots were picked by the STB secret police and jailed or drafted down the mines. Stories of their exploits could not be published. But Felix and Polda outlived the Communists regime and although Polda was killed in a civilian plane crash in the 1980s, both men were able to give interviews to the Prague military archivist ...
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144. Britain's Secret Propaganda War (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... , a former anti-communist ally of Labour Foreign Secretary Bevin, had been appointed to the Foreign Office as Under-Secretary- and apparently in formal charge of liaison with IRD.(2) Dodds-Parker contacted IRD's Norman Redd-away who suggested using the files of the Home Region Committee 'which had been set up in the 1950s to gather information on the activities of Communists in British Industry'. (p. 106) This committee- whose existence is revealed here for the first time, I think- was comprised of personnel from Ministry of Labour, Home Office, police (presumably Special Branch), IRD and MI5. This looks very important- if there is anything on this committee. Unfortunately ...
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145. Feedback [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... as she had succeeded in getting him a US visa, she was the common law wife of Arkadi Maslow (another pseudonym), her political associate. When the new German edition of Fischer's book Stalin and German Communism appeared some years ago, a number of reviewers made the point that she still saw herself as a socialist or even a communist, even after her high-profile 'anti-communist' ventures. Regarding Ignazio Silone, the Suddeutsche Zeitung (15 October 1998), citing an Italian periodical, reported that Silone was 'between 1928 and 1930, not just a leader of the CP in Italy, but a reliable collaborator of the fascist secret police OVRA'. I have seen no reference ...
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... cases, under FBI surveillance.(20) During the 1960s, when the Bureau and the CIA mounted Operations COINTELPRO and CHAOS to infiltrate and disrupt black militant organizations and the Left, the Temple went out of its way to forge alliances with leaders of those same organizations: e.g. with the Black Panthers' Huey Newton and with the Communist Party's Angela Davis. Yet, despite these associations, and its ultra-left orientation, we are told that the Temple was not a target of investigation by either intelligence agency. In the early 1970s, suspicions began to surface in the press, implicating the Peoples Temple in an array of allegations including gun-running, drug-smuggling, kidnapping, murder, ...
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147. A War of Words: a Cold War Witness (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... an important meeting was held between Cabinet Secretary Norman Brook, Pat [Patrick] Dean representing the Foreign Office, the director of MI5, Mr (later Sir) Roger Hollis, and Norman Reddaway representing the IRD. At the end of it, Brook instructed Hollis to make available to the Foreign Office, with security collateral, intelligence about communist malpractices in the unions that could be used by IRD. This led, among other things, to the ousting of Foulkes and Haxell from the leadership of the electrical trade union.' (p. 46) Several things worth noting here. If Mayhew is accurate, it is interesting to see that the Cabinet Secretary can instruct the ...
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... political position' that would take hold of an increasingly active section of the American intellectual community, led in particular by philosopher Sidney Hook and the circle surrounding the literary journal Partisan Review (PR), was anti-Stalinism. Their leadership in this development had a lot to do with their disillusionment with the sterility of argument which had marked the American Communist Party in the 1930s, in particular its slavish adherence to every dictat from Moscow that marked every turn in the somersaulting Soviet foreign policy of that period. It was in these factional fights in the US Left that 'cultural freedom' was born, exemplified by Hook's formation of the Committee for Cultural Freedom among academics and literary intellectuals in 1939 ...
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149. Feedback [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... letter, commented: 'Far from attempting to debate with [the Mosleyites] Common Wealth was their main opponent particularly in Hackney and Stoke Newington, and over a number of weekends throughout the winter of 1947/8 denied the fascists the use of their prime site in Dalston Road, Hackney by 'booking' it through overnight vigils....the communists (CP variety) were nowhere to be seen, let alone members of the Hackney or Stoke Newington Labour parties...that Common Wealth was no more than a debating society was a slur by the Marxists who never forgave us for our rejection of 'scientific' socialism and the notion of 'democratic centralism'. From Laurens Otter: 'I can ...
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150. Joseph K and the spooky launderette [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... I married. We were subsequently divorced in 1985. I had recently been involved in student politics as a member of the Labour Club, and was elected to the sabbatical post of Vice-President, a post from which I resigned and went back to my course. While living in Sheffield in 1977, I had been briefly a member of the Communist Party and Chairman of the Netherthorpe Branch. Pat had told me that Legg's job was positively vetted; consequently I asked her whether my political background was likely to raise any problems. She said that she thought not because both his parents and hers had been members of the CPGB in the thirties and this had caused no previous problems. ...
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