KSL on the Spanish Revolution

The Kate Sharpley Library have just published a double issue of their bulletin, focusing on the Spanish Revolution of 1936, the Iron Column, and the execution of Salvador Puig Antich in 1974. It marks the seventieth anniversary of the Spanish Revolution with an account of life under libertarian communism in an Aragonese village and three articles on the famous Anarchist milita unit, the Iron Column (Columna de Hierro). Also included are articles on Salvador Puig Antich, the MIL (Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion / Iberian Liberation Movement) and the forthcoming film, Salvador. Publishing news includes two new KSL pamphlets (on the Iron Column and on the Budapest Commune, 1919), a book on the assassination attempt on Franco from the air (1948) and forthcoming pamphlets. The Bulletin concludes with an obituary of Paul Avrich.

KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library, #46-47 (July 2006), special Puig Antich / Spanish Revolution / Iron Column double issue.

Contents:

    The Great Swindle: ‘This is not the tale of Salvador Puig Antich’ by ‘One former member of the MIL, or 1,000, one former comrade of Salvador’s, just one among the many.’

    Puig Antich, 30 Years On: by Javier Ortiz. Thirty years on from the execution of Salvador Puig Antich, his sisters are to try to reopen the trial that led to his being garrotted. From CNT.

    No God. No Master: Lecera, an Aragonese village living amid Libertarian Communism. From “Colectivizaciones: la obra constructiva de la revolucion Espanola.”

Out Now – First KSL Book!

    The Assassination Attempt on Franco from the Air – 1948 by Antonio Tellez

Pamphlets coming in the Autumn (Fall):

    An Anarchist on Alcatraz
    George Brown — Cobbler and Anarchist
    The Iron Column (Columna de Hierro) by Miguel Iniguez
    ‘La Jabalina’ (‘The Wild Sow’): A Woman Shot for Standing by the Revolution by Benjamin Lajo and Rafa Montaner
    The Valencian Durruti [Jose Pellicer] by Juan Antonio Blay

Available now:

    The Iron Column: Testament of a Revolutionary by Elias Manzanera

Review:

    Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas
    The Dandelion, v.6, no.23, October 2005 : Tribute to Valerio Isca

New Pamphlet:

    War and Revolution : the Hungarian Anarchist Movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune, 1919 by Martyn Everett

Coming Soon:

    Abel Paz, The Iron Column: Militant Anarchism in the Spanish Civil War

London Anarchist Bookfair Date:

Saturday 21st October, 10-6 Resource Centre, 356 Holloway Road, N7

Paul Avrich : 1931-2006 by KSL Collective

Paul Avrich Books Republished

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One pound or two dollars, available from:

Kate Sharpley Library, BM Hurricane, London, WC1N 3XX, UK or
Kate Sharpley Library, PMB 820, 2425 Channing Way, Berkeley CA 94704, USA

and will be posted at: KSL
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