War and revolution: The Hungarian anarchist movement in WW1 and the Budapest commune 1919 - Martyn Everett

War and revolution: The Hungarian anarchist movement in WW1 and the Budapest commune 1919 - Martyn Everett

Kate Sharpley Library pamphlet on the anarchist movement in Hungary and the workers control in Budapest.

You are encouraged to buy a hard copy here. Taken from The Bastard Archive.

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Dannny
Jan 19 2012 22:35

Thanks a lot for all the stuff you've been uploading recently flaneur, this looks really interesting.

flaneur
Jan 19 2012 22:36

I need a job sad

Battlescarred
Jan 20 2012 09:46

It's Martyn not Marty and again, I repeat, you should have asked him first before this was put up, as he is around in the movement.
I certainly would not something of mine put up on a website without being asked first and I think people should follow this procedure. It's good manners. And don't say this one is old , cos it isn't.
Example, I'm about to put up a memoir by Harold Edwards, old-time London Wobbly (now dead) carried out by David Goodway. I could have bunged it up here without asking David, but I went out of my way to do so, which is why it's taking a bit of time ( Rest assured, it will appear soon)

flaneur
Jan 20 2012 10:21

I suppose it comes down to what Libcom say, but I don't personally see why people need to give their permission. They're credited, there's links to buy it if it's still in stock, and if they do have a problem with it, they can get in touch. As an aside, I didn't scan any of these things, they're taken from elsewhere on the net. But I'm not going to have a barney about this.

Kate Sharpley
Jan 23 2012 10:49
Battlescarred wrote:
It's Martyn not Marty and again, I repeat, you should have asked him first before this was put up, as he is around in the movement.
I certainly would not something of mine put up on a website without being asked first and I think people should follow this procedure. It's good manners. And don't say this one is old , cos it isn't.
Example, I'm about to put up a memoir by Harold Edwards, old-time London Wobbly (now dead) carried out by David Goodway. I could have bunged it up here without asking David, but I went out of my way to do so, which is why it's taking a bit of time ( Rest assured, it will appear soon)

I have been in touch with the author. He doesn't mind it going up.
[edit: and if you don't want to buy a copy but want to support the Kate Sharpley Library, you could always make a donation. http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/doc/donations ]

Battlescarred
Jan 23 2012 11:00

Excellent. See, good manners doesn't hurt.