Thursday, September 28, 2006

North West Trades Unionists Pay Homage to the Victims of Franco

A booklet A4 size 20 pages has been published by North West trades unionists to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War 1936-2006.

This commemorative booklet contains an introduction by Stuart Christie who served 3 years of a 20 year sentence for his involvement with a young Spanish anarchist group that made the last attempt on the life of General Franco in 1964.

Edited by the veteran anarchist Brian Bamford, the booklet published by the 70th Anniversary Spanish Civil War Remebrance Group, contains chapters on the historical background of the war and an interview with Pedro Cuadrado, a Catalan Republican Guard during the war.

The booklet also has details of Manchester`s Spanish Civil War volunteers. The booklet £1.50 (£2.00 post included), can be obtained c/o 46 Kingsland Road, Rochdale, Lancs, OL11 3HQ. E-mail: northern - cheques made payable to the Editor B. Bamford
Red Danny


NorthWestNationalists said...

Bamford actually lives in Hebden Bridge, it's his g/friend that lives in Rochdale. he got his head kicked in almost two years ago in Rochdale according to the Rochdale Observer.

Apparently, another old communist also lives in Hebden Bridge, Peter Lazenby,of the Yorkshire Evening Post, and who is also the chair of the local Trades Council there.

Anonymous said...

These old farts are of no consequence apart from some of their spawn who attack British nationalists.

Leeds seems to be a 'hive of trouble' at the moment.

When the National Front and a handful of British Movement opposed a TUC march for multi racialism in Manchester city centre circa 1978 ...