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  1. Valeriano Orobon Fernandez

    Valeriano Orobon Fernandez

    Towards the Barricades

    Salvador Cano Carrillo


    Valeriano Orobón Fernández was a Spanish anarcho-syndicalist activist, speaker and author. In Spain, and in exile in France and Germany, he laboured to prepare the CNT (National Confederation of...

  2. News of the Spanish Revolution

    News of the Spanish Revolution

    Anti-authoritarian Perspectives on the Events

    Stew Charlatan


    Members of the North American revolutionary syndicalist union Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) have always followed international struggles with great interest. In 1936, when the Spanish...

  3. Free Society

    Free Society

    A German Exile in Revolutionary Spain

    Werner Droescher


    Werner Droescher was an exile from Nazi Germany who in 1936 found himself pitched into the dramatic social reconstruction of the Spanish Revolution. Droescher, with his companion Greville Teixidor,...

  4. Anarchism in Galicia

    Anarchism in Galicia

    Organisation, Resistance and Women in the Underground

    Paul Sharkey


    The Anarchist movement in Galicia is unknown to English-language readers. This pamphlet will fill the gap! These essays tells the stories of the men and women who built it, fought for it, and how...

  5. Libertarian Communism

    Libertarian Communism

    Isaac Puente


    A classic exposition.

  6. Unknown Heroes

    Unknown Heroes

    Biographies of Anarchist Resistance Fighters

    Miguel Garcia


    Meet "Burnt Face," "Bread Swallower" and "The Catalan" – just a few of the Anarchist militants of the resistance to Franco. Having survived the struggle against fascism in occupied France,...

  7. The Anarchist Resistance to Franco

    The Anarchist Resistance to Franco

    Antonio Tellez


    A collection of pictures of Anarchist fighters against post-war Francoism. Includes biographical notes by Antonio Tellez. "The post-civil war Resistance was not wiped from memory. Like Franco's...

  8. Looking Back After Twenty Years of Jail

    Looking Back After Twenty Years of Jail

    Questions and Answers on the Spanish Anarchist Resistance

    Miguel Garcia


    Miguel Garcia was one of the survivors of the libertarian resistance which refused, either at the end of the Spanish Civil War, or World War Two, to give up the fight for freedom. Theirs was a...

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