The great French revolution, 1789-1793 - Peter Kropotkin

"Liberty leading the People" by Eugène Delacroix
"Liberty leading the People" by Eugène Delacroix

Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin's extensive history and analysis of the French Revolution of 1789.

Submitted by Steven. on April 29, 2012

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melmothX

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by melmothX on April 29, 2012

I can't see the epubs, nor the PDFs here. Anyway, they have been available for years now at http://theanarchistlibrary.org/HTML/Petr_Kropotkin__The_Great_French_Revolution_1789-1793.html

Also, the ToC is invisible to not logged in.

Steven.

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by Steven. on April 29, 2012

What is the "ToC"?

The epub and PDF is now there.

Regarding the anarchist library, they have been nicking our stuff for years so it's about time somebody pilfered some of theirs!

GrouchoMarxist

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by GrouchoMarxist on April 29, 2012

I contribute to the anarchist library a lot so I should be able to get some of their stuff to contribute to the Libcom library.

Steven.

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by Steven. on April 29, 2012

That would be great, thanks.

Just to say that I noticed it looked like you had some issues with the page order, and had to create a few separate books - although this would have made it impossible for readers to navigate. So I have put all the chapters into one book. One of us admins will sort out the page order later.

But I see where you're confusion came from: you were giving every chapter a weight. However, you don't have to do that. Child pages are ordered firstly by weight, then alphabetically. So if you give chapters double-digit numbers they automatically all go into the correct order without having to change the weights of any of them (i.e. chapter 01, chapter 02, etc). Then you just have to do change the weight of things like preface (to a negative number) or epilogue (to a positive number) to make them sit at the top or bottom as required.

Cheers again for your contributions! And I'm not having a go here just trying to help you save time in the future

melmothX

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by melmothX on April 29, 2012

Actually, they have been *fixing* your stuff for years. And since when is *yours* stuff? And I think they are glad the *stuff* is being distrubuted. Nice attitude, anyway.

melmothX

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by melmothX on April 29, 2012

As a side note, the server isn't sending the correct MIME type for the epub, which should be "application/epub+zip", not "text/plain". Cheers

Steven.

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by Steven. on April 29, 2012

melmothX

Actually, they have been *fixing* your stuff for years. And since when is *yours* stuff? And I think they are glad the *stuff* is being distrubuted. Nice attitude, anyway.

I wouldn't take everything so seriously.

I'm afraid I don't understand what your comment about the epub file means. Could you elaborate?

melmothX

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by melmothX on April 29, 2012

You have to fix the webserver configuration or the browser wouldn't recognize the EPUB as an epub. If you care.

Run a google search with "epub mimetype webserver"

Steven.

12 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by Steven. on April 29, 2012

Thanks for flagging it up, we will try to sort it