Socialist History - ISSN 0969-4331
Volume 2023 Number 63

pages 89-127


Timothy K. Blauvelt, Clientelism and Nationality in an Early Soviet Fiefdom: The Trials of Nestor Lakoba, Routledge, Abingdon, 2021, xiv + 248pp; ISBN 9781032010007, £120.00, hbk
Francis King

Michael Brenner, In Hitler’s Munich: Jews, the Revolution, and the Rise of Nazism, Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 2022, 392pp; ISBN 9780691191034, £30.00, hbk
Merilyn Moos

Colin Chambers, Sam Russell, I Saw Democracy Murdered: The Memoir of Sam Russell, Journalist, Routledge, Abingdon, 2022, 284pp, 28 b/w illus; ISBN 9781032128566, £28.79, pbk
David Margolies

Sue Finch, Jenny Fortune, Jane Grant, Jo Robinson and Sarah Wilson (eds), Misbehaving: Stories of Protest against the Miss World Contest and Beauty Industry, Merlin Press, London, 2020, 212pp; ISBN 9780850367676, £15.99, pbk
Lynda Walker

Mike Finn, Debating Anarchism: A History of Action, Ideas and Movements, Bloomsbury Academic, London, 2021, 282pp; ISBN 9781350118102, £18.99, pbk
Sophie Scott-Brown 

Franck Gaudichaud, Massimo Modonesi, Jeffery R. Webber, The impasse of the Latin American Left, ‘Radical Américas Series’, Duke University Press, Durham NC, 2022 206pp; ISBN 9781478015581, $94.95, hbk; ISBN 9781478018216, $24.95, pbk
Fabricio Pereira da Silva (UNIRIO, Brazil)

Michael Goodrum and Philip Smith, Printing Terror: American Horror Comics as Cold War Commentary and Critique, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2021, 311pp; ISBN 9781526135926, £85.00, hbk
Dianne Kirby
Las Casas Institute, Oxford University

Jonathan Haslam, The Spectre of War: International Communism and the Origins of World War II, Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 2021, xvi + 481pp; ISBN 9780691182650, £28.00, hbk; ISBN 9780691233765, £20.00, pbk
John Callaghan

Guy Hocquenghem, Gay Liberation after May ’68, with a foreword by Gilles Deleuze, Scott Branson (trans.), Theory Q, Duke University Press, Durham NC and London, 2022, xxix + 166pp; ISBN 9781478018087, £18.99, pbk
John McCann

Eamonn McCann, War and an Irish Town, 3rd edition with a new introduction by the author, Haymarket Books, Chicago, 2018, 288pp; ISBN 9781608469741, £14.99, pbk
Dianne Kirby
Las Casas Institute, Oxford University

Eric Mielants and Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos (eds), Economic Cycles and Social Movements: Past, Present, and Future, Routledge, London, 2021, vii + 207pp, illustrated; ISBN 9780367528270, £140.00, hbk; ISBN 9780367528263, £34.99, pbk; ISBN 9781003058540, £31.49, ebk 
Emmet O’Connor, Ulster University

Tom Pfister, Kathy Pfister and Peter Pfister, Eva and Otto; Resistance, Refugees, and Love in the Time of Hitler, Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, IN, 2019, 544 pp; ISBN 9781557538819, $29.99, hbk
Merilyn Moos

Walter Smith (ed.), Andrew Smith, Born into Socialism, Gretton Books, Cambridge, 2022, 48pp, 13 photos; ISBN 9781739949716, £5.00, pbk
Ian Bullock

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(2023) Reviews, Socialist History, 2023(63), 89-127

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