Based on a real disaster in 1906, Kameradschaft is a plea against war and for friendship between peoples, set at a mine that's been split in two following the border changes after WW1. Its the story of French miners rescued by German colleagues after a firedamp explosion.
Pamphlet about the 'Spies for Peace' co-published by Solidarity (UK), the ILP, the Syndicalist Workers Federation and the London Federation of Anarchists. For Solidarity this was pamphlet 14. A PDF file of the original pamphlet is attached.
A pamphlet put out in 1912 by the IWW Publishing Bureau, consisting of Gustave Hervé's speech to the jury at his 1905 trial for “anti-militarist” activities. Hervé later became a nationalist and apparently a convert to fascism in France during the 1920s.
Satirical anti-war novel in which the absurdity and hypocrisy of the military, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the church are repeatedly revealed through the main character's enthusiasm for obeying authority.
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