Donny Gluckstein
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Donny Gluckstein

Donny Gluckstein (born 1954) is a British historian at Edinburgh College.[1] He went to the University of Warwick in 1974 and graduated in History.

The son of Tony Cliff[2] and Chanie Rosenberg, he is the author of numerous books and articles. In 2013 his book A People's History of the Second World War was shortlisted for the Bread and Roses Award.[3]

Selected works

  • The Western Soviets: Workers' Councils versus Parliament, 1915-20 (London: Bookmarks: 1985).
  • Marxism and Trade Union Struggle: The General Strike of 1926 (co-authored with Tony Cliff) (London: Bookmarks, 1986).
  • The Labour Party: A Marxist history (coauthored with Tony Cliff) (London: Bookmarks: 1988/1996).
  • The Tragedy of Bukharin (London: Pluto, 1994).
  • The Nazis, Capitalism and the Working Class (London: Bookmarks, 1999, and Chicago: Haymarket, 2012).
  • The Paris Commune: A Revolution in Democracy (London: Bookmarks: 2006, and Chicago: Haymarket, 2011).
  • A People's History of the Second World War: Resistance versus Empire (London: Pluto, 2012).
  • Fighting on all fronts: Popular Resistance in the Second World War (editor) (London: Bookmarks: 2015).


  1. ^ "Profile page: Donny Gluckstein". University of Chicago Press.
  2. ^ "Letters page: Guardian". The Guardian.
  3. ^ "2013 Award page: Bread and Roses". Bread and Roses Award.

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