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New publication: One Hundred Years of Workers' Solidarity : the History of “Solidaridad Obrera”

category iberia | history of anarchism | press release author Montag August 19, 2013 00:53author by KSL - Kate Sharpley Library Report this post to the editors

Plus latest issue of the Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library

Solidaridad Obrera (Workers’ Solidarity), founded in Barcelona in 1907, is the voice of Spain’s Anarcho-syndicalist Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT: National Confederation of Labour). These essays were issued to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of “Soli” and together they illustrate the changing fortunes of the Anarcho-syndicalist movement, and its enduring attempt to communicate the anarchist idea.
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One Hundred Years of Workers' Solidarity : the History of “Solidaridad Obrera”


Solidaridad Obrera (Workers’ Solidarity), founded in Barcelona in 1907, is the voice of Spain’s Anarcho-syndicalist Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT: National Confederation of Labour). These essays were issued to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of “Soli” and together they illustrate the changing fortunes of the Anarcho-syndicalist movement, and its enduring attempt to communicate the anarchist idea.

Contents:

Mateo Rello on Solidaridad Obrera 1907-1939: Notes towards a history of CNT journalism;
Catalunya, a Catalan-language Soli by Mateo Rello;
Ferran Aisa on Solidaridad Obrera 1939-1987: Clandestinity and Transition;
Carles Sanz on Solidaridad Obrera 1976-2006: A look back at the history of CNT journalism over the last 30 years.

All the articles were translated by Paul Sharkey. ISBN 9781873605646. Buy a copy or read the articles for free at http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/h44jww

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Also, KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library No. 74-75, August 2013 [Double issue] has just been posted on the site at http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/djhc1r

This issue contains
Some thoughts on Alexander Berkman http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/1893zr
A Call out for a radical historical opposition to the plans for a commemoration of the start of World War 1 From Past Tense. http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/h9w22f
Obituaries
Nunzio Pernicone (1940-2013) by Robert Helms. http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/0cfzjq
Terry Liddle (1938-2012). http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/gb5nr3
Keith Hodgson (1962-2013). http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/pvmf78
Christie, Stuart. Flavio Costantini (Rome, 21 September 1926–Rapallo, 20 May 2013). http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/mcvfxd
Book reviews
One Man's War in Spain : Trickery, Treachery and Thievery By Joaquín Pérez Navarro. http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/5x6bpg
The Death of Durruti by Joan Llarch. http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/j3tzk1
The Ukrainian Revolution (July-December 1918) by Nestor I. Makhno [Book Review] http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/15dvzw
Fighting For Ourselves: Anarcho-syndicalism and the Class Struggle by the Solidarity Federation [Book Review] http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/cfxqv8
Beating The Fascists Review http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/m0ch86
Beating The Fascists On Urban75.net http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/2z35rs
Emma Goldman: political thinking in the streets by Kathy Ferguson [Book review] http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/f7m1kv
Research and Library news
Sam Frydman – Zalmen Khaimovich Friedman http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/ns1t20
The Kate Sharpley Library wiki: would you like to help make history? http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/4qrgjj
Important note on the Bulletin http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/msbdrp

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The Catalan anarchist Salvador Puig Antich, murdered by the Francoist regime on 2 March 1974, is to be the subject of a film 'Salvador' starring Daniel Brühl. This article from the forthcoming issue of KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library highlights the falsification and recuperation it's been accused of: 'This movie is manipulative and tinkers with the real history which was insulting and terrifying to all of us who, male and female, who fought and lived through those years.'

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textNew publication: Los Maños : the lads from Aragon ; the story of an anti-Franco action group Okt 29 Kate Sharpley Library 0 comments

The Kate Sharpley Library collective are pleased to announce the publication of another study of the anarchist resistance to Franco's dictatorship.

textNew publication: News of the Spanish Revolution : Anti-authoritarian Perspectives on the Events Jul 23 KSL 2 comments

News of the Spanish Revolution : Anti-authoritarian Perspectives on the Events. Seven articles published in “One Big Union Monthly”, a journal of the Industrial Workers of the World, July, 1937 to February 1938, plus two later pieces on the experiences of participants.
A collection edited by Charlatan Stew. Published by the Kate Sharpley Library and Charlatan Stew: 2012. 88 pages.

imageNew publication: Anarchism In Galicia : Organisation, Resistance and Women in the Underground Aug 09 Kate Sharpley Library 0 comments

The Anarchist movement in Galicia is unknown to English-language readers. These essays tells the stories of the men and women who built it, fought for it, and how they kept it alive in the face of incredible odds.

imageNew publication: Valeriano Orobón Fernández: Towards the Barricades by Salvador Cano Carrillo Apr 23 Kate Sharpley Library 0 comments

Valeriano Orobón Fernández: Towards the Barricades by Salvador Cano Carrillo is out now, as is issue 66 of KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library.

textNew Kate Sharpley Library pamphlet on the resistance to Francoism. Feb 28 Kate Sharpley Library 0 comments

The Kate Sharpley Library are pleased to announce our latest publication:
"Anarchist International Action Against Francoism From Genoa 1949 to The First Of May Group" by Antonio Téllez Solà, translated by Paul Sharkey

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