History

Borzenko and the Odessa Anarchist Underground: Borzenko, Grigori Maximovich (1888-1938) aka Leonid Moskalenko

A short biography of Grigori Borzenko, active in the Odessa anarchist underground.

The Black Guards

Putilov factory meeting - Petrograd 1917

A short account of the Anarchist Black Guards and their suppression by the Bolsheviks in Moscow in 1918

Wild and notorious: Asnin, Shlema Aronovich (18--?-1917)

The Durnovo mansion

A short biography of Shlema Asnin, colourful anarchist remembered for his role in the June-July days of 1917.

El Usono 1913

Artikolo pri Strikoj el Usono en 1913.

Students, anarchists and categories of persecution in Chile, 1920

Raymond B. Craib on the repression of radical students and anarchists in 1920's Chile.

Obituary: Frank Cedervall, 94, union orator

Frank Cedervall in 1978

A 1996 obituary of Frank Cedervall, an organizer for the IWW involved in the union's efforts around Cleveland and Detroit during the 1930s.

An overview of the 1934 Toledo Auto-Lite strike - Philip A. Korth & Margaret R. Beegle

A summary by Philip A. Korth and Margaret R. Beegle of the 1934 Toledo Auto-Lite strike. Originally appeared as the second chapter of I remember like today: the Auto-Lite strike of 1934, an oral history.

Anarchy in the UK: the Angry Brigade - Tom Vague

Time Out Angry Brigade cover

Detailed book on the Angry Brigade urban guerrilla group in 1970s London. While it overly romanticises the group, it contains detailed historical information, photographs and anecdotes.

Sabate: guerrilla extraordinary - Antonio Tellez

Sabate cover illustration by Clifford Harper

Fantastic and detailed biography of legendary anti-Franco guerrilla, Francisco Sabate Llopart. Written by Antonio Tellez and translated by Stuart Christie, this book recounts the life, actions and death of the longest-surviving underground resistance fighter.

The making of an interethnic coalition: urban and rural anarchists in La Paz, Bolivia, 1946–1947

Anarchist rally in La Paz, 1930.

Kevin A. Young's account of the interethnic alliance between urban anarchists and indigenous peasants which facilitated the 1947 upheavals surrounding La Paz, Bolivia.