War and Revolution - The Hungarian anarchist movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 06/10/2012 - 11:03.
WAR AND REVOLUTION:
The Hungarian anarchist movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)
by Martyn Everett
The First World War ended in 1918 - everywhere that is except in Hungary - where
the fighting continued. War and economic collapse created a revolutionary situation.
In spite of its size the tiny Hungarian anarchist movement played a significant part in read more »
This is a history lesson. read more »
Here's the text of the classic speech by Lucy Parsons, at the May Day celebrations. It's crazy. I've paired it with an old essay I found in the university archives called the Meaning of Social Revolution. It's our history, learn it.
Table of Contents:
- The First of May and the General Strike...by Mother Earth (Mag.)
- Memory as a Weapon...by Anonymous
- Fallen Comrades...by Anonymous
This zine is an account from the protests against the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) in 2001. It was one of the most militant of the anti-capitalist (anti-globalization) protests that took place at the turn of the century in North America. read more »
A smattering of documents from the height of the British anti-roads struggle in the 1990s. Useful history and context for a too-often bit of history that helped inform anti-globalization rioting, eco-defense in North America and elsewhere, squatting across Europe, and indigenous solidarity projects. read more »
In the spirit of the coming May, "The Witch's Child" in zine form.
Read no more odes my son, read timetables:
they’re to the point. And roll the sea charts out
before it’s too late. Be watchful, do not sing,
for once again the day is clearly coming
when they will brand refusers on the chest
and nail up lists of names on people’s doors.
Learn how to go unknown, learn more than me:
To change your face, your documents, your country. read more »
Decolonizing Anarchism looks at the history of South Asian struggles against colonialism and neocolonialism, highlighting lesser-known dissidents as well as iconic figures. This approach reveals an alternate narrative of decolonization, in which achieving a nation-state is not the objective. read more »
A collection of letters, texts and communiques from the armed group ‘ Revolutionary Struggle’ and their accused. Released during their current trial and intended to be one more nail in the coffin of the legitimacy of the State and the capitalist system. read more »
Franklin Rosemont, 1944-2009
"A stranger to neither love nor laughter"
by Don Lacoss
The Fifth Estate, Summer-Fall 2009, Vol 44, No. 2 (Whole number 381), page 34 read more »
by Franklin Rosemont
from Morning of the Machine Gun, May 1968
Communicating Vessels, Issue 22, Fall-Winter, 2010 - 2011, page 34 read more »
In my Mind's Eye
by Joseph Jablonski
Communicating Vessels, Issue 22, Fall-Winter, 2010 - 2011, page 18
FALL IN SPRING read more »
Anarchy Works by Peter Gelderloos imposed for printing on tabloid (11x17 in.) paper, in order to be able to distribute this important text cheaply.
There are three cover files:
1) The cover with the text pdf (tabloid size)
-Two separate covers with bleed
2) A quarter inch bleed so that the final size will be 11x17 in. read more »