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  1. […] THE GUILLOTINE AT WORK. Vol. 2: Twenty Years of Terror in Russia (Data and Documents), Gregory Petrovich Maximoff. ISBN 978-0-904564-22-8 (347 pages – estimated) First edition published Chicago, 1940, by the Alexander Berkman Fund under the title: The Guillotine At Work: Twenty Years of Terror in Russia (Data and Documents). This, second (revised and corrected) Kindle eBook edition, published in 2013 by ChristieBooks. Cover illustration by the late Flavio Costantini. Jacket design by Simon Stern. (Check out all Kindle editions of ChristieBooks titles) NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE — £3.38/€3,91/$5.07 READ INSIDE!  ¡LEER EL INTERIOR! (See Vol. 1: The Leninist Counter-Revolution) […]

  2. […] Antonio Ortiz Ramírez. (Barcelona 13 April 1907 – 2 April 1996). Carpenter and CNT- FAI militant; member of the”Nosotros” affinity/action group; Commander of the ‘Ortiz’ militia column, the 800-strong ‘Second Column’ which left Barcelona to liberate Zaragoza on 24 July 1936; subsequently, in 1937, he was appointed commander of the 25th Division of the re-organised Republican army. Later, in 1939, Ortiz and his comrade Joaquín Ascaso, former president of the forcibly dismantled Regional Defence Council of Aragon, became the intended victims of a murder plot connived at by prominent members of the national and regional committees of the CNT, including the villainous Federica Montseny and the union’s and ill-fated treacherous national secretary Mariano Rodríguez Vázquez (see ¡Pistoleros!3. The Chronicles of Farquhar McHarg ) […]

  3. […] Antonio Ortiz Ramírez. (Barcelona 13 April 1907 – 2 April 1996). Carpenter and CNT- FAI militant; member of the”Nosotros” affinity/action group; Commander of the ‘Ortiz’ militia column, the 800-strong ‘Second Column’ which left Barcelona to liberate Zaragoza on 24 July 1936; subsequently, in 1937, he was appointed commander of the 25th Division of the re-organised Republican army. Later, in 1939, Ortiz and his comrade Joaquín Ascaso, former president of the forcibly dismantled Regional Defence Council of Aragon, became the intended victims of a murder plot connived at by prominent members of the national and regional committees of the CNT, including the villainous Federica Montseny and the union’s and ill-fated treacherous national secretary Mariano Rodríguez Vázquez (see ¡Pistoleros!3. The Chronicles of Farquhar McHarg ) […]

  4. […] Mr. Van Norden has not done himself justice. I do not believe that he expresses his real sentiments. But, after all, why should we expect charity in a church that believes in the dogma of eternal pain? Why cannot the rich be happy here in their palaces, while the poor suffer and starve in huts, when these same rich expect to enjoy heaven forever, with all the unbelievers in hell? Why should the agony of time interfere with their happiness, when the agonies of eternity will not and cannot affect their joy? But I have nothing against Dr. John Hall or Mr. Van Norden—only against their ideas. (from Vol. VII of Lectures and Essays) […]