Wonders of the web

From the highly recommended New Appeal to Reason:

Mohammed Alim Khan, Emir of Bukhara, taken in ...

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1. Russia 1900-1915 in color photographs.  These are beautiful and teach a lot about history. Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky was a pioneering Russian photographer. These photos were taken three in rapid succession with different filters, which then allowed a composite color photograph to be constructed.

2. The Band this is a great fan site,  from Norway, though the site is in English.

Also:

Michael Yates on the decline of the left.

Bob Potter on Marinus van der Lubbe, anti-fascism and Stalinist falsification via Red Star Commando.

Also from the Weekly Worker: Ian Isaac on the miners’ strike; Paul Smith on building marxist culture free of Stalinism (1 & 2).

Paul Buhle on Madison, Wisconsin.

Annarky: Glasgow anarchists 1915.

On Victor Serge:  Pavle R on and What’s Cooking.

Benjamin Kerstein on Stieg Larrson’s politics.

Peter Dreier and Donald Cohen on the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire a century ago.

The AWL’s Martin Thomas on Working-class struggle and anarchism, and later responding to the debate.

The barricades then; the uprisings now.

From the archive of struggle

Selma James and other key readings on wages for housework.

ADDED:

A wonderful series on Georges Heinen and surrealism in Eygpt.

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