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Michail Alexandrovic Bakunin (1814-1876) is one of the principal founders of anarchism. Letters and texts of Bakunin published on the CD-ROM Bakounine. Oeuvres complètes 1823-1876.
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Period 1825-1887
Correspondence with Benoît Malon, Louis Blanc, Victor Considérant, Auguste Bonheur, George Sand and others; file of letters propagating Saint-Simonian ideas 1831-1832; some correspondence and documents concerning his trip to Italy 1838-1839; a few documents concerning his special mission to study th...
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Period 1970-1998
The collection includes all publications, interviews, communiqués and other public statements of the Red Army Faction; also included are documents from internal discussions, as well as letters, discussions, press releases, pamphlets and brochures reflecting the group’s strategic considerations and s...
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Period 1860-1876
Collection consisting of part of his papers and other original or copied documents (mainly acquired through Max Nettlau in 1935), and of microfilms of documents kept in Bologna, Dresden, Florence, St. Petersburg, Lyon, Marseilles, Neuchâtel, Paris, Rome, and elsewhere (mainly acquired for the IISH s...
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Diaries 1921-1933; 1943-1944; correspondence with Diego Abad de Santillán, Emile Armand, Camillo Berneri, Giovanna Berneri, Luigi Bertoni, Armando Borghi, Pietro Bruzzi, Gigi Damiani, Severino Di Giovanni, Carlo Doglio, Luigi Fabbri, Luce Fabbri, Sébastien Faure, Italo Garinei, Ildefonso González, J...
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Collection of Santiago S. Grez-Toso consisting of bulletins and stencilled reports issued by the Centre d'études politiques sur le Chili, the Comité international contre la répression au Chili, the Organización de Resistencia Comunista y la Renovación, Movimiento de Acción Popular Unitaria, Grupos d...
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