By Ed Dalton Revolutionaries and Maoists in Germany took to the streets on June 19, internationally known as the Day of Heroism to honor and struggle for the political prisoners and prisoners of war in India. The specific focus of the campaign was to draw support for the Maoist leader Ajith and revolutionary democratic prisoner professor G.N. Saibaba. A protest was held in front of … Continue reading GERMANY: Day of Heroism Commemorated in Large Show of Support for India’s Political Prisoners
By Samantha Murray On Wednesday, militants and activists held a demonstration in front of Allegheny County Jail (ACJ) to commemorate the Day of Heroism, leading chants, delivering a speech, then marching down Second Avenue downtown. Militants held flags bearing the hammer and sickle and a red banner that read “Imperialism will only harvest storms” and “Glory to the fallen heroes! June 19, Day of Heroism.” … Continue reading PITTSBURGH: Day of Heroism Commemorated Outside Jail
By Felipe Vera On the evening of June 19, Communists in Los Angeles held a commemoration for the Day of Heroism at 812 E. 28th St., an apartment complex in South Central that is led by the 28th St. Barrio Committee of Serve the People-Los Angeles. At the beginning of the event, revolutionary songs by Victor Campos Bullon were played as well as “Songs of … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: Commemoration of the Day of Heroism
On this 33rd anniversary of the Day of Heroism (June 19, 1986), we share the names of the fallen combatants of the Shining Trenches of Combat (STC). STC of El Fronton Acevedo Abad, Oscar Agüero Aguirre, José Manuel Alarcón Coronado, Melchor Alvarado Cornejo, Hector Tulio Alvarado Saravia, Javier Luis Angulo Andía, Manuel Apari Palomino Juan , Aponte Sila Marcial , Juan Carlos Arnao and Amashiro, Ricardo Andrés Asencio Borja, … Continue reading GLORY TO THE HEROES WHO GAVE THEIR LIFE FOR THE PARTY AND THE REVOLUTION
By Ed Dalton Incendiary received photos and reports from around the US in commemoration of the Day of Heroism. The revolutionary example of the masses and the heroes of the People’s War in Peru continue to inspire working people around the world. While the reactionary decaying old Peruvian state attempted to erase the memory of the fallen heroes of the People’s Guerrilla Army who bravely … Continue reading Day of Heroism Commemorated Throughout US
By Mike Talavera On June 19, 1986, revolutionaries of the Communist Party of Peru and the People’s Guerrilla Army fought to the bitter end against the genocidal Peruvian state in an attack on the prisons of El Fronton, Lurigancho, and Callao in the area of Lima. More than 250 died in a heroically defiant struggle against the forces of reaction and imperialism that lives on … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: Glory to the Day of Heroism!
By Jakob Stein This past Wednesday former two-time president of the old decaying Peruvian state Alan Garcia died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound as authorities waited outside of his Lima home to arrest him on bribery charges. Garcia had been a member of the right-wing counterrevolutionary party, American Revolutionary Popular Alliance (APRA) and the architect of the prison genocides that liquidated the shining trenches of … Continue reading PERU: Former Peruvian President and Fascist Alan Garcia Commits Suicide