Expanded re-print of Albert Meltzers short account of the Bonnot Gang
"The first time that the bourgeois press cried “OUTRAGE!” at the Bonnot Gang activity was over the affair in the rue Ordener, a few days before Christmas 1911. It was one of the first motor car raids and is thus a milestone in the march of “progress”.
The Societe General was raided"
Printed pamphlet available from
The events at Nanterre University during the general strike of May 68' in Paris is somewhat well documented. The continuation of the struggle in and around this specific university for a few years following May, is less remembered, if at all. read more »
a zine compiled to distribute at Chicago Pride 2009. Aimed at situating Stonewall and PRIDE in a historical context, "Militant Flamboyance" explores radical queer history and how the Stonewall Riots affected a larger GLBTQ movement.
includes a herstory of the Revolutionary Cells and Rote Zora armed resistance in Germany, an interview with two anonymous members of Rote Zora, and a brief look at Direct Action and the Wimmin's Fire Brigade
by Alfredo M. Bonanno
http://zinelibrary.info/files/Prison_memoirs_of_an_anarchist.pdf (9.25 mb)
Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist is Alexander Berkman's account of his experience in prison in Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, in Pittsburgh, from 1892 to 1906.
First published in 1912 by Emma Goldman's Mother Earth press, it has become a classic in autobiographical literature.
http://zinelibrary.info/files/bonnot_zine1.pdf (53 mb)
A saddle-stitched booklet (zine) formatted version of this: http://www.archive.org/details/bonnot_gang
Print double-sided and fold over. Can be secured with a rubber band or, if available, a heavy-duty stapler. read more »
by Victor Robinson
THE SEATTLE GENERAL STRIKE
An Account of What Happened in Seattle and
Especially in the Seattle Labor Movement, During the General Strike, February 6 To 11, 1919
Printer-ready PDF (429k) file attached
Originally issued by the History Committee
of The General Strike Committee, March, 1919
Printed by The Bum Press, Charlestown, Mass, March, 1972
WITH BACKGROUND NOTES ADDED (1999)
LEFT BANK BOOKS and CHARLATAN STEW
for social anarchism
Selected writings by Lucy Parsons, wife of Haymarket martyr Albert Parsons and IWW organizer. Includes: "Principles of Anarchism" and "To Tramps."
with other writers
by Paul Avrich
http://zinelibrary.info/files/TheRussianAnarchistsAvrich.pdf (11 mb)
“The youth are waiting, day after day. They wait for their time; as do the workers, even the old. They all wait, those who are discontented and those who reflect. They are waiting for a force to arise, something they will be part of; a kind of new international that will not make the same mistakes as the previous ones. They wait for a chance to get rid of the past once and for all – for something new to begin.
WE HAVE BEGUN.”
by the Invisible Committee
Account of the New School occupation in New York.