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The Nestor Makhno Archive updated

category international | history | news report author Dienstag Juni 20, 2006 01:24author by Nestor Makhno Archive Report this post to the editors

The Nestor Makhno Archive has been updated, with the addition of many new documents, including new Spanish and Portuguese translations and also some Russian material.

The Nestor Makhno Archive update

The Nestor Makhno Archive has been updated, with the addition of many new documents, including new Spanish and Portuguese translations and also some Russian material.

Due to the length of the index page, this has now been re-organized and shows links to the various languages which each have their own index now.

As usual, all contributions of documents for inclusion, suggestions etc. are gratefully received.

In solidarity,
Nestor McNab


  • Elements Old & New in Anarchism, Petr Arshinov
  • Letter to the Spanish Anarchists, Nestor Makhno (Revised translation)
  • Nestor Makhno & the Makhno Movement, Great Soviet Encyclopedia
  • Lettera agli anarchici spagnoli, Nestor Makhno
  • Návrh anarchistické organizace, Errico Malatesta
  • O "Platforme", Nestor Machno
  • Malatestova odpoved Nestoru Machnovi, Errico Malatesta
  • El Gran Octubre en Ucrania, Nestor Makhno
  • A todos los judíos del mundo, Nestor Makhno
  • Unas palabras sobre la cuestión nacional en Ucrania, Nestor Makhno
  • Anarquismo e nossos tempos, Nestor Makhno
  • A Luta contra o Estado, Nestor Makhno
  • Makhno e Lênin: um diálogo histórico, Nestor Makhno
  • Nossa visão sobre a Plataforma, Laboratório de Estudos Libertários
  • Protokol zacedanii 12 fevralya 1919-g, II-go cyezda frontovikov-povstantsev, rabochikh i krest'yanskikh Sovetov
  • Pis’mo k ispanskii anarkhistam, Nestor Makhno
  • Panoikhti epistoli stous ispanous anarkhikous, Nestor Makhno
  • Mon autobiographie, Nestor Makhno

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