Short History of Anarchist Participation in the Esperanto Movement

A short history of Anarchist participation in the Esperantist Labour movement.

The 50th Anniversary of the Spanish Civil War - Eduardo Vivancos

Lecture given at the World Anti-national Association (SAT) congress held in Sant Cuget del Valles in Barcelona in July 1986.

50-a datreveno de la Hispana Revolucio - Eduardo Vivancos

Prelego farita dum la SAT-kongreso okazinta en Sant Cugat del Valles (Barcelono) en Julio 1986.

Anationalism - Eugen Relgis

Cover image of Cosmometápolis by Eugen Relgis

This chapter is extracted from Eugen Relgis, Cosmometápolis (Montevideo: Ediciones Humanidad, 1950), translated into Spanish by Eloy Muñiz. Originally published in Romania in the mid-1930s, the additional notes here were added to the later edition.
In this chapter, Relgis provides a gloss and libertarian critique of Eugene Lanti’s ‘Manifesto of Anationalists’ (1931), the first sections of which are available in English translation.
Somewhat obscure, and including several assertions few anarchists would likely agree with today, the subject matter remains of interest.

The History of the Newspaper Anti-Statist

Information about the newspaper "Anti-Statist" and the relationship between the Esperantists and the Spanish libertarian movement living in exile in France. Translation of the Esperanto language article.

The Language of Freedom

Article from Organise! magazine about the relationship between Anarchists and the Esperanto movement.

Sennaciulo: Oficiala organo de Sennacieca Asocio Tutmonda

Sennaciulo estas la oficiala organo de Sennacieca Asocio Tutmonda (SAT). Ĝi aperas dumonate kaj pritraktas sociajn kaj politikajn temojn. Ĝi aperas ekde oktobro 1924.

Esperanto; in the Ups and Downs of Moscow Linguistics and Politics

2-a kongreso de SEU, Moskvo, julio 1925

A series of articles from the journal Amerika Esperantisto, concerning the history of Esperanto and linguistics in the Soviet Union. Written in 1957

Revolutionary Linguistics: The Ideology of the Soviet Esperanto Movement, 1917-1938

Enrollments for Esperanto course, Leningrad, Russia, 1919

Work detailing the history of the Russian then Soviet Esperanto movement, its relationship to the government, its linguistic work and eventual repression.