Anyone know of any good articles, resources, books etc that have a good overview of revolutionary syndicalism after the first world war, i have tonnes of stuff on what happened in Russia, but some good info on everywhere else would be really appreciated.
Two books---in english-- which jump out at me are these. While I may have some political disagreements, these books are chock full of information.
'The Workers Themselves': Revolutionary Syndicalism and International Labour, 1913-1923. by Wayne Thorpe
Revolutionary Syndicalism: An International Perspective, Edited with Wayne Thorpe, (Aldershot: Gower/Scolar Press, 1990), 260 pp.
Also, Melter's "The Anarchists of London" has some interesting tidbits.
There's tons of info in french, spanish and some good stuff in german. I'll have to check my english language publications to see what other items may be of interest.
Thanks, i think i may have to go to the central library for those, my library doesnt stock them.