Cuba – The anarchists & liberty, by Frank Fernandez, translated into English by Chaz Bufe.
Published by Monty Miller Press
22 Pages – English
Original publication date: 1987
The history of anarchist struggle in Cuba, from the nineteenth century through the first republic and into the Castro era.
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A day mournful and overcast by An ‘uncontrollable’ of the Iron Column
Published by Kate Sharpley Library (Original Spanish language publication by Nosotros, daily newspaper of the Iron Column, 1937.)
28 pages – English
Original publication date: 1937, original English translation circa 1980s
Having been freed from prison by the anarchists in the Iron Column militia in the Spanish Civil War, the author describes his experiences as a political prisoner in monarchist Spain, his liberation and his involvement with the Iron Column and it’s militarisation by the Stalinist government.
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Strangers Everywhere: Two essays about the struggle of comrades from Leece Italy against Detention Centers and the Deportation of Immigrants,by An Anarchist Stranger In An Alien World.
Published by Social War.
16 pages – English
Original publication date: 2005
The first of these two essays briefly describes the situation involving immigration detention and the criminalisation of migrant labourers in the Salentine, Italy. The second is a short statement of solidarity for a group of activists arrested over immigration issues in the same region.
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Fundamentalism, Nationalism and Militarism in Turkey
by the 5th May Group
Feminism in Turkey
by Mine Ege
24 pages – English
Original publication date: 1998
Two essays in one pamphlet. The first looks at major events and the major parties involved in the militarism of the Turkish republic, which was founded by military leader Kemal Ataturk in 1923. The second examines the rise of Turkish feminism in the nineteen eighties and the political situation that surrounded it at the time and during the nineties.
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Reading copy72dpi, sequential portrait layout, 3.2MB.