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.Prior to Polish independence from the Russian Empire, sev...
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Edward Abramowski
Edward Abramowski (17 August 1868 – 21 June 1918) was a Polish philosopher, libertarian socialist, anarchist, psychologist, ethician, and supporter of cooperatives. Abramowski is considered to be a sp...
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Augustyn Wróblewski
Augustyn Wroblewski, of Ślepowron coat of arms (born 20 July 1866 in Vilnius, died after 1913) - Polish chemist and biochemist, author of the groundbreaking work in the field of yeast fermentation, th...
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Federacja Anarchistyczna
Federacja Anarchistyczna is a Polish anarchist organization.In May 1988, the Intercity Anarchist Federation was formed which next spring transformed into the Anarchist Federation after the Warsaw Cong...
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Jan Wacław Machajski
Jan Wacław Machajski (1866, Busko-Zdrój – 1926), pseudonym A. Wolski (A. Vol'ski) (often corrupted in Russian as Makhaev), was a Polish anarchist whose methodology was thoroughly Marxist.
The so...
Rewolucyjni Mściciele
Rewolucyjni Mściciele (Polish for Revolutionary Avengers, also known as Grupa Rewolucjonistów Mścicieli, translated as Group of Revolutionaries and Avengers) was an anarchist movement operating mostly...
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Nick Rock'n'Roll
Nick Rock'n'Roll (real name Nikolay Frantsevich Kuntsevich, Russian: Николай Францевич Кунцевич; 7 August 1960, Simferopol) is a Russian punk-rocker and anarchist of Ruthenian-Polish ancestry. The...
Jerzy Borejsza
Jerzy Borejsza ([ˈjɛʐɨ bɔˈrɛjʂa]; born Beniamin Goldberg; 1905 in Warsaw – 1952 in Warsaw), was a Polish communist activist and writer, chief of the communist press and publishing syndicate in the St...
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