Democracy and Class Struggle on November 11th honours the miltant working class struggle of those who brought the First World War to an end.
We salute our working class brothers in Kiel and Wilhemshaven in Germany who raised the Red Flag , we are proud that the Red Flag was hoisted on the patrol ship Kilbride at Milford Haven in our country Wales and for French comrades of the Black Sea Fleet raising the red flag of solidarity with our Russian brothers and sisters.
A magnificent demonstration of what Chairman Mao Zedong reminds us that people and the people alone are the motive force of history.
Despite November 11th being the last day of the war, on many parts of the Western Front fighting continued as normal. This meant, of course, that casualties occurred even as the people of Paris, London and New York were celebrating the end of the fighting.
13 years of Mutiny in British Navy to Invergordon in 1931
Mutiny in the German Navy at Kiel and Wilhemshaven
Mutiny in the French Navy in 1919