Auteur: Ferrari, Andrea & Aguzzi, Aldo
Titel: Pages from Italian Anarchist History
Contains `The Anarchism of the Cervi Brothers' by Andrea Ferrari, and `Italian Anarchist Volunteers in Barcelona and the Events of May 1937' by Aldo Aguzzi. Examines two different aspects of the anti-fascist fight: the struggle of the partisans in Reggio Emilia, and the contribution of the Italian volunteers in Spain in 1937. Both essays share a common, tragic, subtext: the sacrificing of libertarian communist revolutionaries (and of the revolutions they fought for) by an "official" Communism dictated from Moscow. In a postscript on the recent trial of comrades in Italy, Greece and Scotland, the continuity of anarchist resistance in Italy, and the need for international solidarity, is shown clearly.
1995, 20 pag., Euro 3,2
Kate Sharpley Library, London, ISBN 9781873605226
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