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Gustav Landauer

Anarchy #054

Issue of Anarchy magazine published in August 1965, this issue focuses on famous German Anarchists.

Libertarian analysis Vol. 1, No. 4 (Winter 1971)

The Vol. 1, No. 4 (Winter 1971) issue of Libertarian analysis, a publication produced out of New York during the 1970s that attempted to build links between "left" and "right" libertarians.

Anarchism in Germany and other essays - Gustav Landauer

Five essays, together with a historical/biographical sketch of the legendary German anarchist. Expelled (along with Malatesta, et al.) from the Second International, he was a theorist and activist second to none—brutally murdered by the Social Democrats while leading the Bavarian Commune in 1919.

Prophet of community: the romantic socialism of Gustav Landauer - Eugene Lunn

Eugene Lunn's in-depth study of Gustav Landauer's life and thought.

Are these the ideas of a heretic? - Gustav Landauer

Gustav Landauer

Like many other Jewish intellectuals of his day who sought to identify themselves as Jews, Landauer was estranged from the Jewish religion and communal institutions on the one hand, and yet was not satisfied with merely ethnic identification on the other. He was inspired by Martin Buber and his concept of a primal Jewish religiosity or spiritual sensibility that is independent of doctrine and ritual prescriptions.

Revolution and other writings - Gustav Landauer

The comprehensive collection of Landauer's writing in English and a celebration of one of the most important agitators in the revolutionary movement. The collection includes his major work Revolution alongside 30 additional essays, articles and correspondence. The texts cover his entire biography, from the early anarchism of the 1890s to his philosophical reflections at the turn of the century and his tireless agitatation against the war. Presented with an extensive introduction compiled by the editor and translator, Grabriel Kuhn.

Anarchism in Germany - Gustav Landauer

Gustav Landauer

Piece by Gustav Landauer, an anarchist German Jew, who was killed in the aftermath of the German Revolution in 1919.

Landauer, Gustav, 1870-1919

Gustav Landauer

A short biography of German revolutionary Gustav Landauer, who was killed in the crushing of the German Revolution.