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Examines two different aspects of the anti-fascist fight: the struggle of the partisans in Reggio Emilia, and the contribution of the Italian volunteers in Spain in 1937. Both essays share a common, tragic, subtext: the sacrificing of libertarian communist revolutionaries (and of the revolutions they fought for) by an "official" Communism dictated from Moscow. In a postscript on the recent trial of comrades in Italy, Greece and Scotland, the continuity of anarchist resistance in Italy, and the need for international solidarity, is shown clearly.
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by Andrea and Antonella Ferrari
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Book Description The Kate Sharpley Library, London, 1995. Wraps. Condition: Fine. First Edition. Seller Inventory # 11037