by New Worker
COMRADES and progressives in London came to Marx House in Clerkenwell for an exhibition to mark six months since the massacre by fire of anti-fascists and trade unionists who were sheltering in the Trade Union House from violent pro-Kiev Nazi thugs in May this year.
The Nazis secured the doors and then pelted the building with Molotov cocktails. At least 48 young people died in the fire that engulfed the building. Police stood by and did nothing.
The exhibition consisted of photos of the massacre and its aftermath.
A collection raised £250 towards humanitarian aid for the anti-fascist cities of Donetsk and Lugansk, which are defending their independence from the fascist regime in Kiev.