War and Revolution – The Hungarian Anarchist Movement

War and Revolution – The Hungarian Anarchist Movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)  by Martyn Everett

Published by the Kate Sharpley Library

32 Pages – English

Originally published in 2006.

The history of the Hungarian anarchists, both individually and their role in the anti-war movement and the ‘white terror’ against the infant Hungarian Soviet Republic, at the end of World War 1. Comprehensive and with a bibliography.

Print Copy 200dpi first-last landscape layout, 31.6MB.

Reading Copy 200dpi, sequential portrait layout, 31.7MB.

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