Russian Revolution 1917

Paths of revolution - M. Sergven

One of the first anarchist critiques of state capitalism of the Russian revolution

Gavrish, Daniil (189?-after 1924)

A short biography of Makhnovist commander Daniil Gavrish

Yakov Maskalevsky (?-1922) aka Gold Tooth

A short biography of anarchist and Makhovist Yakov Maskalevsky alias Gold Tooth

Belochub, Panteleimon Fedorovich (1892-1929)

Panteleimon Belochub

A short biography of Makhnovist and anarchist Pantaleimon Belochub

Notes of a Red Guard - Eduard Dune

Notes of a Red Guard takes the reader into Red Guard and Red Army units, Moscow factories, workers' homes, and to the unfamiliar world of feudal Dagestan, offering a rare glimpse of revolutionary Russia from the perspective of an educated, skilled worker who became a rank-and-file participant.

Sirobaba, Iakov Matviyovich aka Syrovatsky (189? -1923)


A short biography of the diehard Makhnovist commander Iakov Sirobaba aka Syrovatsky


RUSSIAN REVOLUTION CONGRESS | Athens, Greece, 12-14 April 2019 | LAW SCHOOL OF A

It is a pleasure to invite you to
Russian Revolution: Theoretical approaches and open questions conference.
The conference is organized by a committee of academics and activists and will take place in Athens, Greece, 12-14 April 2019 | LAW SCHOOL OF ATHENS

System Series - Part Four - A history of revolutions

This is a draft for the fourth part of our system series - it will be published in our local workers’ paper WorkersWildWest. We want to write something basic about the system we live in and the possibility of social revolution - for our colleagues. We don’t want to compromise on the complexity of the issue and we try to avoid lefty jargon. Let us know what you think and we can re-work the draft:

Short comments on Mike Davis’ “Old Gods and New Enigmas - Notes on Revolutionary Agency”

We decided to read and discuss Mike’s text because the question he is asking is a pertinent one: ‘who can become a social force of revolution?’ By looking at what constituted revolutionary agency during the peak-time of working class radicalism between 1870 and 1920, we can perhaps better assess our chances in the present.

Founding of the Comintern - Then and Now

A century ago, from 2nd — 6th March 1919, 52 delegates, more than 40 from various political organisations outside Russia, met in Moscow.