Black Flag

Obituary: Peter Miller 1943-1999

An obituary for anarchist Peter Miller by Phil Ruff, published in Black Flag #219, 2000.

Blood For Oil

Colombian military personnel have invaded the traditional homeland of the U'wa people to make way for the drilling plants of oil giant Occidental.

From Black Flag magazine #219, 2000.

Anti-Fascist: Or Pro-Police? - Anarchist Black Cross

Article from Black Flag in 1986 about Searchlight's attempts to influence Anti-Fascist Action.

Black Flag 199 (July 1990)

1990 issue of Black Flag, scanned in by Splits and Fusions archive.

Topics covered include: Piotr Siuda - a Russian anarchist killed by the KGB, Trafalgar Square Defendants Campaign, London council workers resistance, CNT congress report, London anti-poll tax union day school report, prisoners, anarchists in the second world war, obituaries, news.

Black Flag 158 (14-7-1986)

1986 issue of Black Flag, scanned by Splits and Fusions archive. (Bit blurry in places).

Topics covered include: Wapping, UK news, anarcho-syndicalism in Australia, elections in Spain, UK anti-apartheid movement, the UK left, prisoners, news etc.

Black Flag 147 (13-1-1986)

1986 issue of Black Flag, scanned in by Splits and Fusions achive.

Topics covered include: CIA publishes sabotage manual for Nicaragua, Belgian cops frame anarchists, Columbus statue occupied in Barcelona, Searchlight and Anti-Fascist Action, Anarchist Black Cross, Chile, news, letters etc.

Black Flag vol 07 #113 (1984)

1983 issue of Black Flag, scanned by Splits and Fusions archive.

Topics covered include: Vancouver 5, international news round up, miners' strike, prisoners, UK news, policing of demos, arms trade.

More book reviews - Black Flag

Reviews of Pacifism as Pathology by Ward Churchill, Camden Parasites by Daniel Lux, Anarchist by Ian Bone, Heavy Burden on Young Shoulders, Prisoners and Partisans by Kate Sharpley Library and Rigoberto Menchu and the Story of All Poor Guatemalans by David Stoll.

From Black Flag #218 1999.

The Brazilian Anarchist Uprising of 1918 – Black Flag

87 years ago Rio de Janeiro was shaken by a series of events that in one of the most important episodes in the history of the Brazilian workers' movement: an insurrectionary strike designed to bring down oligarchic republican government and replace it with a workers' and soldiers' council.

From Black Flag #218 1999.