Tribune’s Debt to the International Brigades

Earlier this summer, Tribune’s editor spoke at the annual International Brigades Memorial Trust commemoration about this publication’s roots in the struggle against fascism in Spain.

Wounded members of the International Brigades hold up a copy of Tribune after the battle of Jarama in 1937. Photo was organised by Mick Johnson of the Liverpool National Unemployed Workers' Movement. Credit: Mike Wild

It is no exaggeration to say that Tribune would not exist without the Spanish Civil War. Our origins lie in that latter part of the 1930s, when fascism was a threat at home and abroad – and the working-class movement was forced to adapt to a violent reactionary force premised on its destruction. In a […]

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