Subversion on signs of a resurgence in class struggle in 1994.
Along the Low Rhine river, in Germany's outer West and adjacent to the Netherlands, thousands of workers from Poland work under precarious conditions in agriculture and gardening. They get cheated on their wage very often, but sometimes they fight back. The Free Worker's Union (German: Freie Arbeiterinnen- und Arbeiter Union, FAU) does actually practice anarchosyndicalist solidarity with them and thereby demonstrates that borders play no role at all. FAU is the German section of the International Workers Association (IWA).
Karl Korsch on problems with the workers' councils in the German revolution, written in 1921.
A short biography of Georg Usinger, German anarchist active in Offenbach