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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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Period 1912-1947
Papers mainly received as editor of Il Risveglio/Le Réveil: c.100 letters from Errico Malatesta 1913-1932; a few letters from Erasmo Abate (alias Hugo Rolland) 1925, Armando Borghi 1925, 1929, Gustave Brocher 1930, Luigi Fabbri 1925, Otello Gaggi 1936-1937, Jean Grave 1915, 1925, James Guillaume 190...
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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 1965-2000
Collection consisting of conference papers, newsletters and other printed material from organizations specializing in mass communication, including the International Association for Mass Communication Research (IAMCR) and its Political Economy Section 1976-1982, the Campaign for Press Freedom in Lon...
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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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Minutes, agenda, reports and working papers relating to congresses 1949-1992, meetings of the Executive Board 1949-1992, the Sub-Committee (Emergency Committee) 1950-1974, the General Council 1950-1953 and the Consultative Council 1953-1958; circulars 1950-1992; copies of outgoing mail 1978-1989; do...
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Period 1942-1943
Born in Italy and growing up in the Mussolini era as a soldier in the German Wehrmacht he became after a decade of silent life as a political scientist a symbol of the left-wing student movement in Berlin, Germany, but returned after his retirement to Italy.
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