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Anarchism in Poland

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Anarchism in Poland

Anarchism in Poland first developed at the turn of the 20th century under the influence of anarchist ideas from Western Europe and from Russia.[1]

Prior to Polish independence from the Polish insurrection of 1905.[2]

The trade unions and propaganda activity.

Significant Polish theorists of anarchism and anarcho-syndicalism included Edward Abramowski (1868-1918), Jan Wacław Machajski (1866-1926), Augustyn Wróblewski (1866-1923) and Rafał Górski (1973-2010).

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "1903-1981: Anarchism in Poland". 
  2. ^ Nagorski, R. (1977). "History of the Anarchist Movement in Poland". Cienfuegos Press Anarchist Review (2): 20–22. 
  3. ^  

External links

  • Anarchism in Poland at the Spunk Library
  • Official site of Federacja Anarchistyczna
  • Centrum Informacij Anarchistycznej Poland
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