Russian revolution

On leaving Russia

Russian Jewish anarchist Mollie Steimer, who was deported to Russia, on her being deported from Russia by the Bolsheviks for condemning their persecution of revolutionary workers.

Kaminsky, Vladimir Konstantinovich (1889 or 1891-1920)

Krasnoyarsk anarchists

A short biography of Vladimir Kaminsky, active in Ukraine and then in Siberia

The British Anarchist Movement and the Russian Revolution

Aldred

A short account of how Britiish anarchists related to the Russian Revolution of 1917

Askarov, German Karlovich (1882-1937?) (real name Iakobson) aka Herman Kleiner, German, Oskar Burritt

A short biography of anarchist German Askarov, a leading light in the Russian anarchist movement.

Pannekoek and Gorter's Marxism

A lengthy introduction to the marxism of Pannekoek and Gorter, followed by five translated texts from these two authors.

Drugov, Fyodor Pavlovich (1891-1934)

Storming of the Winter Palace

A short biography of Fyoor Drugov, istrumental in storming of Winter Palace, anarchist and Chekist

Zhebenev, Petr Ivanovich (1879-1938)

A short biography of Russian anarchist Petr Zhebenev, active in the Urals

Yakimova, Anna, 1856-1942

Anna Yakimova

A short biography of Russian revolutionary Anna Yakimova, a.k.a. Anna Vasilevna Yakimova-Dikovsky.

Sapronov and the Russian Revolution - Yurii Colombo

Timofei Sapronov decists Democratic centralism

Source: International Socialist Review, Winter 2016-17. Contains translated excerpts of Sapronov’s essay 'The Death-Throes of the Petty Bourgeois Dictatorship' (December 1931). For a list of translations of the Decists see here.

Russia 1917: why not anarchism?

Anarchists during the Russian revolution

Article from Red & black: an anarchist journal from 1975 attempting to explain why anarchists were not successful during the Russian revolution.