Three Japanese anarchists: Kotoku, Osugi and Yamaga - Victor Garcia

Ōsugi Sakae, pictured here with Itō Noe and the editors of Rōdō Undō, Tokyo, 1921

Excellent pamphlet looking at the history of the Japanese anarchist movement, and in particular the lives (and deaths, in the two former cases) of Shūsui Kōtoku, Osugi Sakae and Taiji Yamaga.

Submitted by Steven. on September 24, 2014

[i] Originally published in Venezuela in 1975, it was translated into English by Paul Sharkey and published by the Kate Sharpley Library. Digitised by in 2014 we reproduce this text with the kind permission of KSL, but heartily recommend you by this pamphlet or donate to KSL on their website.