neil | 11.10.2001 10:42
The No War but the Class War archive: revolutionary oppostion in London to the Gulf War 1991 (www.geocities.com/pract_history/nowar/contents.html) - a
collection of leaflets and related articles including:
No War but the Class War - remembering and reflecting ten years after (2001)
In the Gulf, in the North Sea, we won't die for oil profits (NWBTCW leaflet, September 1991)
We won't pay for the bosses' war (NWBTCW leaflet, September 1991)
Letter on Iraq (Merseyside Anarchist News, October 1990)
Statement of Principles (NWBTCW, January 1991)
Sabotage the war effort! (NWBTCW leaflet, February 1991)
Lessons from the Struggle Against The Gulf War (article from Aufheben, no.1, Autumn 1992)
Also new at Practical History:
The Class Struggle in Iraq: an interview with a veteran (a participant describes the class struggle in Iraq from the 1940s to the present, and the development of an anti-leninist communist movement - first published in
'Workers Scud - no patriot can stop us', 1991)
Ten Days that Shook Iraq (Account of the 1991 uprisings in Kurdistan and Southern Iraq at the end of the Gulf War).
Other related texts at Practical History:
Iraq: a century of war and rebellion (a chronology of key events from the founding of the state of Iraq to the 1999 US and British attacks, with strikes, mutinies and massacres along the way).
Do you remember the first time? (An overview of international resistance to the Gulf Massacre 1991 )
War damages health - and the health service (A detailed account of the impact of the 1991 Gulf War on the health service in Britain, including opposition amongst health workers. Includes examples of anti-war leaflets
produced by health workers).