Several historians managed to put together a list of 2,964 people murdered at cemetery of Almudena in Madrid during the first years of the dictatorship of Francisco Franco. The 2,934 people were executed by Franco’s regime in Madrid after the civil war. After ten years, most of the bodies were exhumed and buried in mass graves.
Last week, the Russian authorities carried out searches at the offices of the student magazine DOXA and the flats of its four editors.
Last Saturday, Broxbourne’s Canal in Hertfordshire was filled with a flotilla of boats, all protesting against Canal and River Trust’s (CRT) absurd and falsely named new ‘Safety Zones’ proposal.
Recently we’ve had a bout of whinging on Twittergram about our advice to not use the Duty Solicitor at the police station.
Today we’ve uploaded a new set of 25 War Commentary newspapers, mostly covering late 1943 through 1944, to our digital archive and to mark the occasion Jack Saundrs looks at a set of MI5 files which show exactly how angry the Freedom Group publication was making the State at the time.
Around 50 people gathered outside the Home Office in London this afternoon to demand the halt of the deportation of Osime Brown.