Socialist Anti-War Front (Great Britain). London Section, War! And the workers (London : Socialist Anti-War Front, [193-]) [Heisler] P4126
This pamphlet very starkly delineates the divisions in the Labour movement caused by the growing inevitability of war in the 1930s, as had happened in the First World War two decades earlier. Written in the short-lived peace after the Munich Agreement, it exhorts workers to resist the growing momentum for war; they are told that the ‘working-class movement’ is suffering under a leadership which will support the war and so ‘co-operate with the capitalist class enemy’.