Revolution - an unfinished business

The Anarchist Federation on the 1997 disbanding of Class War Federation, and their analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the organisation.

Mouvement Communiste presentation

A brief introduction to the ideas of French-Belgian group Mouvement Communiste.

Redwing Workers Organization History

A short history on the activity of various small groups that eventually went on to become the Redwing Workers Organization, a libertarian socialist organization from Des Moines, Iowa that existed in the late 1970s.

The penguin history of Brighton SolFed-thought

The evolution of Brighton Solfed, if Banksy drew it.

A brief and incomplete account of the evolution of ‘Brighton SolFed thought’, so if you don’t get what we’re on about you might have some context.

Group profile: Hong Kong 70s Front

The 70s Front group consists of both Hong Kong Chinese and many libertarian refugees from the reaction which accompanied the so-called "cultural revolution" in China. Some members publish a magazine, "70s Bi-weekly" (in Chinese). Others have organized the Asia/Pacific branch of the Alternative Press Syndicate, and have put out three issues of "Minus 9," the local APS bulletin. This is from their statement entitled, "Our Position." You can contact them at 158 Shaukiwan Road, Hong Kong.

A history of Wild Rose Rebellion, 2007-2009

A history of an Iowa-based anarchist group.

Anarchism and the ZZZ in Poland, 1919-1939

Two articles on the history of the anarchist movement and anarcho-syndicalist union ZZZ in Poland between the two world wars.

Argentina: the FORA - Eduardo Columbo

Workers' demonstration in Rosario for the eight-hour day, circa 1900

Article by Eduardo Columbo on the history of the Argentinian anarcho-syndicalist union the FORA from 1900 to the 1960s.

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

Story of the Syndicalist Workers Federation: Born in Struggle

Tom Brown's 1968 description of the Syndicalist Workers' Federation, a UK based organization that was affiliated to the International Workers Association and was the predecessor to the Direct Action Movement and by extension, Solidarity Federation.