anarchists

‘I Am An Anarchist’: Remembering Anarchist Prisoner Brian McCarvill, who Died of COVID-19 in Prison on his 68th Birthday

A biography and obituary of Brian McCarvill, an anarchist prisoner in Oregon who was killed by a Covid-19 outbreak. This story was first published by Perilous Chronicle.

Weigand, Heinrich (1909-1971)

Dachau camp card for Weigand

A short biography of German anarchist Heinrich Weigand, who suffered more than 11 years in Nazi prisons and concentration camps.

די דעפּאָרטאַציאָן

איינע פון די זיעגע אין דעם קאַמף צו מאַכען אונזער זאָגענאַנטע „פרייע רעפּובליק“ פאַר אַן אמת’ע סאָוועטען רעפּובליק, איז געווען די בעפרייאונג פון די 12 חברים וועלכע זיינען געווען פערהאַלטען אין עליס איילאַנד, דעפּארטירט צו ווערען מיט די אַנדערע.

The Deportation

In the struggle to make our so-called "free republic" into a truly soviet republic, one victory was the release of the 12 comrades who were arrested on Ellis Island and to be deported alongside others.

Ensinger, Doris (1944-2020)

Doris with Luis

A short biography of German anarchist Doris Ensinger.

Mike Lee, RIP

Mike Lee

Gus "Mike" Lee, an anarchist militant, passed away this week in Berkeley, California at age 64. He spent decades living on the streets and struggling with other homeless people. He was a wingnut and could be extreme, but was also the most fearless radical I've ever met in my life.

Carlo Cafiero- a brief life

Carlo Cafiero

The following biography appears in the Anarchist Communist Group edition of Carlo Cafiero's Compendium of Capital, which has just been published.

Nikolai Tuzov and the anarchist underground in Vyksa

Sovetskaya St, Nizhny Novgorod - 1920s

A short account of the activities of anarchist Nikolai Tuzov and the anarchist underground

Nemeritsky, Boris Grigorievich (1902- 1937)

Nemeritsky, second from right, Lidia to his left

A short biography of Boris Nemeritsky, active in the anarchist underground

Olonetsky, Alexei Alexeivich (1893-1964) aka Sadikov, Sadikov-Olonetsky

Olonetsky

A short biography of Alexei Olonetsky, Maximalist then anarchist