A letter written from prison by Rosa Luxemburg on March 5th 1917.
On Rosa Luxemburg's 150th birthday, Dana Mills reflects on the impact and legacy of Luxemburg's life and work for the left today.
150 years after the birth of Rosa, what is the heritage of her works and activity? Peter Hudis, translator of the on-going Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg series, talks to Yurii Colombo.
40% off all our Rosa Luxemburg reading to mark the 150th anniversary of her birth.
In memory of the great Rosa Luxemburg, a letter to Sophie Liebknecht.
"For today, I have to close" - Rosa Luxemburg's last letter to Clara Zetkin.
On the tracks of the killers of Rosa Luxemburg.
Jörn Schütrumpf remembers the last of the great Rosa Luxemburg scholars, Annelies Laschitza, the editor of the German-language Collected Works, who died last week in hospital.
One hundred years on from the Russian Revolution we look back at the events that turned the world upside down. All our Russian Revolution reading is 50% off until Jan 1.
The history of 1917 in Russia requires a full range of voices, and attention to the entire spectrum of human emotions and experiences, within the masses as well as the elites.