Spain

西班牙革命及内战简史(1936-1939)

在革命中,相当数量的西班牙工业和农业被社会化,工人和农民合作,集体管理工农业。内战持续了三年,最后以佛朗哥政府受到意大利法西斯和德国纳粹的援助而取得胜利而结束。

AWSM Statement on 85th Anniversary of the Spanish Revolution

Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement (AWSM) statement on the 85th Anniversary of the Spanish Revolution.

Ceuta: The Divisions of Class and Nation are at the Root of the Descent into Barbarism

The latest episode of a long running drama is now playing out on the world’s TV screens. In the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, on the northern tip of Morocco, desperate people facing incredible peril, and willing to sacrifice all they have, are trying to find a new life. What added an extra dimension to the pathos was the reception given to the influx of refugees by the Spanish army, with photos of beatings emerging in the media.

Barricade Bulletin 13 - April/May 2021

Issue 13 of Barricade Bulletin, with articles on the struggle at Debenhams, further education college strikes in Northern Ireland, local councillors, repression against Spanish anarchist and tenants union organiser Ruyman Rodriguez, solidarity with the "Kill the Bill" movement, anarchists arrested in Barcelona, the 100th and 150th anniversaries of Kronstadt and the Paris Commune, anarcho-punks in the Philippines, a review of the Working Class History book, and resistance to police violence in Greece.

Book Review: ‘Salvador Puig Antich’

A book review of an anthology of writings about the Catalan Anarchist Salvador Puig Antich.

The 50th Anniversary of the Spanish Civil War - Eduardo Vivancos

Lecture given at the World Anti-national Association (SAT) congress held in Sant Cuget del Valles in Barcelona in July 1986.

“You have shown us that being peaceful is useless” – The Case of Pablo Hasél

The following is an interview with an anonymous anarchist in Spain regarding the recent riots and general response to the prosecution of anti-fascist rapper Pablo Hasél. This interview was conducted by Radio Fragmata from Greece, and previously published by Enough is Enough.

1 May 1937: Controllers and Controlled – Lucía Sánchez Saornil

Lucía Sánchez Saornil addresses a gathering of Mujeres Libres

An article by one of the founders of the Mujeres Libres grouping, which appeared in its review in April 1937, on the eve of the Barcelona May days. The article sets out the retrocession of the revolution begun in July 1936 and how its momentum might be regained.

The People Armed: The Role of Women in the Spanish Revolution

Article from Fighting Talk #15 (1996).

Mick O'Riordan: The Connolly Column

Photo - Michael O’Riordan, International Brigade Volunteer (1938)

Mick O'Riordan was a young member of the Communist Party of Ireland when he went to Spain with the International Brigade. Here he describes the background which saw Irish fascists and anti-fascists mobilising around the events in Spain.

Article from Anti-Fascist Action's Fighting Talk magazine #15 (1996)