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New pamphlet: After Makhno (Hidden histories of Anarchism in the Ukraine)

category russia / ukraine / belarus | history of anarchism | press release author Monday October 12, 2009 17:34author by KSL - Kate Sharpley Library Report this post to the editors

Two essays by Anatoly V. Dubovik and D.I. Rublyov

The Kate Sharpley Library is pleased to announce our new pamphlet containing two essays on Makhnovist opposition in the Ukraine after the triumph of Bolshevism. [Italiano]

After Makhno
The Anarchist underground in the Ukraine in the 1920s and 1930s: Outlines of history By Anatoly V. Dubovik
& The Story of a Leaflet and the Fate of the Anarchist Varshavskiy (From the History of Anarchist Resistance to Totalitarianism) by D.I. Rublyov
Translated by Szarapow

Nestor Makhno, the great Ukranian anarchist peasant rebel escaped over the border to Romania in August 1921. He would never return, but the struggle between Makhnovists and Bolsheviks carried on until the mid-1920s. In the cities, too, underground anarchist networks kept alive the idea of stateless socialism and opposition to the party state.
New research printed here shows the extent of anarchist opposition to Bolshevik rule in the Ukraine in the 1920s and 1930s.
ISBN 9781873605844 Anarchist Sources #12
£2 or $3 from:
Kate Sharpley Library, BM Hurricane, London, WC1N 3XX
Kate Sharpley Library, PMB 820, 2425 Channing Way, Berkeley CA 94704, USA

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