A Life for the Revolution

Chanie Rosenberg, the daughter of Jewish emigrants from Lithuania, was born in 1922 in South Africa. As a teenage communist she went to a Kibbutz joining the efforts to build up the new state of Israel. But soon she was disappointed by the military violence she witnessed and moved to London where she founded the Trotskyist “Social Workers Party”. Today, at the age of 95 Chanie still fights for the global revolution.

20 minutes
Doris Kittler

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