Spanish Civil War and the Seafarers and Dockers

“The Address” – An everyday story from Madrid by Ruth Berlau

I guess that he is ten, maybe twelve years old. The boy at the post office in Madrid, packet under his arm. He has a pale and narrow face and big, big eyes. He has been standing in the exact… Continue Reading →

“Adressen” – En hverdagshistorie fra Madrid af Ruth Berlau

Ti år måske tolv kan han vel være. Drengen, som står der på posthuset i Madrid med en pakke under armen. Han har et blegt og smalt ansigt, hvoraf det meste er øjne. Han har stået længe der på samme… Continue Reading →

Paulina Abramson og Adelina Kondratjeva – to søster, samme kamp

Paulina Abramson, (gift Mamsurova), 1915-2000 Paulina Abramson blev født i 1915 i Buenos Aires, Argentina i en russisk emigrantfamilie. Paulina og hendes yngre søster Adelina voksede op i et politisk miljø, hvor faderen var kommunist. I 1930 rejste familien Abramson… Continue Reading →

Paulina Kondratjewa und Adelina Abramson – Zwei Schwestern, das gleiche kampf

Paulina Abramson (verheiratet Mamsurowa), 1917–2000 Sie wurde 1917 in Buenos Aires i Argentinien geboren. Paulina und ihre jünger Schwester Adelina wuchsen in einem politischen Umfeld auf, der Vater war Kommunist. 1930 ging die Familie Abramson in die Sowjetunion. Pauline arbeitet… Continue Reading →

Paulina Abramson and Adelina Kondratjeva – two sisters, one struggle

Paulina Abramson (married Mamsurova), 1915-2000 Paulina Abramson was born in 1915 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, by Russian emigrant parents. Their father being a communist, Paulina and her younger sister Adelina grew up in a pronounced political environment. In 1930, the… Continue Reading →

Afsløringen af monumentet ‘Blockade-Runners to Spain’

Fotoreportage af afsløringen af mindesmærket ‘Blockade-Runners to Spain’ i Glasgow, 2. marts 2019 Af Allan Christiansen Fra hotel Alexander Thomson til partilokalerne i Waterloo Street, derfra til monumentet ”La Pasionaria” ved floden Clyde, 50 m videre til afsløring af monumentet… Continue Reading →

The unveiling of the monument ‘Blockade-Runners to Spain’

Photo reportage of the unveiling of the monument ‘Blockade-Runners to Spain’ in Glasgow, 2. March 2019 By Allan Christiansen From hotel Alexander Thomson to the party’s offices at Waterloo Street, then to the monument ‘La Pasionaria’ by the river Clyde and… Continue Reading →

Wolfgang (‘Wolf’) Hoffmann

Wolfgang  (‘Wolf’) Hoffmann –  ein antifaschistischer Seemann aus Wien (Geboren am 25. Mai 1912 in Wien, gestorben am 11. März 1942 im Lager von Gross Rosen) Gegen neue Horizonte Im Sommer 1929 fasste der siebzehnjährige Advokatensohn den Entschluss, sein wohlbestalltes… Continue Reading →

Wolfgang (‘Wolf’) Hoffmann

Wolfgang Hoffmann – an anti-fascist sailor from Vienna (Born 25. May 1912 in Vienna, died in March 11. 1942 in Camp of Gross Rosen) Towards new horizons Wolfgang Hoffmann was the seventeen-year-old son of a well-to-do Viennese lawyer. Sometime during… Continue Reading →

Wolfgang (‘Wolf’) Hoffmann

Wolfgang Hoffmann – en antifascistisk sømand fra Wien (Født den 25. maj 1912 i Wien, døde 11. marts 1942 i lejren Gross Rosen) Mod nye horisonter I sommeren 1929 besluttede den syttenårige Wolfgang Hoffmann at forlade det velhavende advokathjem i… Continue Reading →

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