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(Friends of Durruti, 1938)

Anarkismo.net makes available for downloading and distribution a 13 page PDF pamphlet of the Spanish Revolution text 'Towards a Fresh Revolution' published in 1938 by the Friends of Durruti.
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(Friends of Durruti, 1938)


Anarkismo.net makes available for downloading and distribution a 13 page PDF pamphlet of the Spanish Revolution text 'Towards a Fresh Revolution' published in 1938 by the Friends of Durruti.

The friends of Durutti were setup in 1937 by rank and file members of the CNT and members of CNT columns resisting militarisation. "Towards a fresh revolution" was published in 1938 as "a message of hope and a determination to renew the fight against an internationalism."

This important anarchist communist text includes an introductory article about the Friends of Durruti and the 1978 introduction to the historical text written by Jamie Balius. If you prefer you can read the texts online at http://www.anarkismo.net/newswire.php?story_id=912

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author by Griffin - ZabFedpublication date So Nov 27, 2005 01:57author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Compas,

Just wanted to ask if you could please put page numbers in your PDFs. I had a problem the other day where I dropped some pages when I was copying them and took a while to sort them out again.

Many thanx.
G.

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