Carnival Against the Nazis

Short clip from Channel 4’s music show ‘The Naked City’ featuring the ANL concert against the BNP at Brockwell Park, London. The gig featured The Levellers, Manic Street Preachers and Credit To The Nation. There was a march before the Carnival assembling at Kennington Park.

This video is thanks to the fantastic work of 45antifascist

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Battle of Welling

In 1993 there was a massive demonstration opposing the BNP bookshop in Welling. The Anti-Nazi League, Youth Against Racism in Europe and Panther UK (both militant and non-militant wings) took part. Anti-Fascist Action remained on the periphery of the demonstration engaging in independent activity.

Here are some videos of the day.

These videos are thanks to the fantastic work of 45antifascist

Source of the photos

The Scrapbook

A massive thank you to CM who sent me a fantastic scrap book of clippings regarding anti-fascism. Another massive thanks to AJ who scanned it for me.

The Scrapbook is a 167 page PDF of articles on anti-fascism from 1977. The quality isn’t perfect so printing it off is the best way to properly view it.

*The Scrapbook*

Scrapbook Part Two is now available! The quality is better than the first but it is shorter. Again it contains newspaper article regarding anti-fascism, racism and fascism in Britain and Europe from 1991 – 1994.

*The Scrapbook Part Two*

Scrapbook Part Three. Shorter than the first, again, this contains newspaper articles regarding anti-fascism, racism and fascism in Britain and Europe from 1989 to 1991.

*The Scrapbook Part Three*

Related Posts:

Newspaper Articles on Red Action, Anti-Fascist Action and Fascists

Pre-War Newspaper Articles on Anti-Fascism

Ratcatcher (Video Diaries: Oct, 1994)

Ratcatcher was a documentary made for BBC 2 by an ex-member of the NF who joined the ANL.

Shortly after making and broadcasting that video diary, Paul became disillusioned with the politics of the ANL and the SWP and joined AFA. – SL

Do you have corrections? Dates? Additions? Stories? Images? Simply comment them beneath the post or email them to antifascistarchive@gmail.com and I will amend accordingly.

Violence with Violence (World in Action, 1993)

Violence with Violence is a World In Action documentary on anti-fascism in Britain, looking at the Anti-Nazi League, Panther UK (both militant and non-militant wings), Youth Against Racism in Europe and Anti-Fascist Action.

Do you have corrections? Dates? Additions? Stories? Images? Simply comment them beneath the post or email them to antifascistarchive@gmail.com and I will amend accordingly.

Anti-Fascist Action Publications

This post will contain various Anti-Fascist Action publications.

Do you have corrections? Dates? Additions? Stories? Images? Simply comment them beneath the post or email them to antifascistarchive@gmail.com and I will amend accordingly.

A Collection of Beatings and Images

Do you have corrections? Dates? Additions? Stories? Images? Simply comment them beneath the post or email them to antifascistarchive@gmail.com and I will amend accordingly.

Images (Left to Right):

  1. Red Action Banner (Date Unknown)
  2. Anti-Apartheid picket, S. African Embassy. “AFA supporters beat off a Nazi attack in Trafalgar Square after a Rememberance Sunday Demonstration” – Introduction to London AFA: September 1991
  3. “A fascist gets taught a lesson at speakers corner, Hyde Park 27/5/1989” – Beating the Fascists
  4. Talking With the Enemy: Policeman reads Red Action (1995)
  5. Redwatch picture from a Manchester Martyrs march. DN = Dessie Noonan (November, 1986)
  6. Fascist nurses busted nose in Albert Square, Manchester whilst anti-fascists look on (1994) – thanks Pedro, see Pedro’s comment for more information!
  7. John Tyndall, BNP leader, and David Copeland, the nail bomber. Tyndall looking worse for wear after  fighting broke out at the BNPs 15th Anniversary rally in Stratford , East London. (1997)
  8. The initial mock up for a new Anti-Nazi League magazine featuring UB40 and two members of the ANL, one of which would become a leading member of AFA (1981)
  9. Second side for above. (1981)
  10. Grover play at the Star and Garter, Manchester, for an AFA benefit. (Unknown Date).