Monthly Archives: December 2011

“2011 – it reminds me of 1848” – Eric Hobsbawm

You will probably remember from an earlier post that Eric Hobsbawn is a British Marxist historian, most famous for his trilogy of books on the nineteenth century – The Age of Revolution, The Age of Capital and The Age of … Continue reading

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Repost – Rembrance Day articles

I don’t propose to rewrite all this post. However, there were¬† a number of links which really are worth a look, and it would be a great shame if they were lost forever from the site. All are from the … Continue reading

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Lost Posts

You may have noticed that the site was down for fours days last week, and that the November posts (including the excellent Remembrance stuff) has now gone. No real harm done – I will repost these in the holidays. Mr … Continue reading

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