SPANISH ANARCHISM and Revolutionary Action (1961-1974)

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This account of the role of anarchist activism in Europe between 1961 and 1974, by two of the principal protagonists in the events they describe, was first published in Spanish and French in 1975. To this day it remains essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the history and development of the libertarian opposition to the Franco Dictatorship subsequent to the urban and rural guerrilla tactics as practised by Sabate, Facerias, and Caraquemada, etc. It examines the birth of the clandestine ‘Defensa Interior’ Section of the Spanish Libertarian Movement (MLE – CNT-FAI-FIJL) through to ‘The First of May Group’ and its influence on — and links with — other European action groups of the later 1960s and early 1970s, groups such as ‘The Angry Brigade’, the ‘Grupos Autonomos de Combate — GAC’, 2nd June Group, the Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion — ‘MIL’, Gruppo d’Azione Partigiano – GAP, Grupos de Accion Revolucionaria Internacional — ‘GARI’, etc.

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This account of the role of anarchist activism in Europe between 1961 and 1974, by two of the principal protagonists in the events they describe, was first published in Spanish and French in 1975. To this day it remains essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the history and development of the libertarian opposition to the Franco Dictatorship subsequent to the urban and rural guerrilla tactics as practised by Sabate, Facerias, and Caraquemada, etc. It examines the birth of the clandestine ‘Defensa Interior’ Section of the Spanish Libertarian Movement (MLE – CNT-FAI-FIJL) through to ‘The First of May Group’ and its influence on — and links with — other European action groups of the later 1960s and early 1970s, groups such as ‘The Angry Brigade’, the ‘Grupos Autonomos de Combate — GAC’, 2nd June Group, the Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion — ‘MIL’, Gruppo d’Azione Partigiano – GAP, Grupos de Accion Revolucionaria Internacional — ‘GARI’, etc.

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