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Talk by IBMT Treasurer Charles Jepson ‘From Bilbao to Manchester, the Basque child refugees of 1937’at the Working Class Movement Library (51 The Crescent, Salford, M5 3WX); from 2pm; admission free.

Talk on ‘Radical Irish Manchester’ including ‘Bernard McKenna: International Brigader’ from 8pm, Unison Conference Room, Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, M60 2LA; admission free. 

Performance of 'Soledad', a short play about one woman's experience of the Spanish Civil War, from 3pm-3.45pm at the People's History Museum (Left Bank, Manchester M3 3ER) as part of International Women's Day. 

Gerda Taro biographer Jane Rogoyska talks about: ‘Photographer Gerda Taro during the Spanish Civil War’; 6pm, Cowdray House, LSE, Portugal St, London WC2A 2HT; chaired by Paul Preston; see www.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/canadaBlanch/events.aspx

At the Tolson Museum, Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Huddersfield HD5 8DJ at 2pm, film plus Q&A about the reception and care of the refugee children from northern Spain’s Basque Country who found sanctuary in Britain during the Spanish Civil War; with Dr Adrian Bell, author of “Only for Three Months”, Alan Brooke of Huddersfield Local History Society and Carmen Kilner, trustee of the Basque Children of ’37 Association UK.

From 4pm at the Marx Memorial Library, 37a Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU, screening of the documentary ‘Dangerous Characters’ (Alfio Bernabei, 1987) about fascism and anti-fascism in the Italian community in London from 1921 to the end of the Second World War, followed by a Q&A with the director.

Programme of events to commemorate Archibald Dickson, Cardiff-based master of the Stanbrook, and other seafarers who ran the blockade of Spanish Republican ports.

Xabier Irujo (Centre for Basque Studies, University of Nevada) talks about ‘The Bombing of Gernika’; 6pm, Cowdray House, LSE, Portugal St, London WC2A 2HT; chaired by Paul Preston; see www.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/research/canadaBlanch/events.aspx

2pm-3pm in the Function Room, Laing Art Gallery, Bridge St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AG

‘Shooting with Light’ is a new production by Idle Motion theatre company that tells the story of exiled German photographer Gerda Taro, who was killed during the Battle of Brunete in July 1937. Taro was a supporter of the Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War and her work covering the conflict helped transform the nature of war photography.

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