Bonnot Gang
The Bonnot Gang (La Bande à Bonnot) was a French criminal anarchist group that operated in France and Belgium during the Belle Époque, from 1911 to 1912. Composed of individuals who identified with th...
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Sébastien Faure Century
The Sébastien Faure Century was the French/Italian contingent of the Durruti Column during the Spanish Civil War, named for the anarchist of the same name. It formed the First Century of the Internati...
The Angry Brigade
The Angry Brigade was a British anarchist group responsible for a series of bomb attacks in Britain between 1970 and 1972.
In mid-1968 demonstrations took place in London, centred on the US embass...
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Los Solidarios
Los Solidarios (“Solidarity”), also known as Crisol (“Crucible”), was a Spanish anarchist armed-struggle group founded in 1922 or 1923 in Barcelona, as a reply to the dirty war strategy used by the em...
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Movement 2 June
2 June Movement (German: Bewegung 2. Juni) was a West German violent non-state actor based in West Berlin. Active from 1971–1980, the anarchist group was one of the few violent groups at the time...
Conscientious Arsonists
Conscientious Arsonists (CA), also known as Arsonists of Conscience (Greek: Εμπρηστές Συνείδησης), is a defunct anarchist Greek terrorist organization that firebombed 62 cars and bombed offices be...
Revolutionary Struggle
Revolutionary Struggle (Greek: Επαναστατικός Αγώνας, Epanastatikos Agonas — EA) is a Greek rebel group known for its attacks on Greek government buildings and the American embassy in Athens. It is des...
Black Guards
Black Guards (Russian: Чёрная Гвардия, 'Chёrnaya Gvardiya') were armed groups of workers formed after the Russian Revolution and before the final Bolshevik suppression of other leftwing groups. They w...
Action directe (armed group)
Action directe (AD) was a French revolutionary group which committed a series of assassinations and violent attacks in France between 1979 and 1987. Members of Action directe considered themselves lib...
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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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Durruti Column
The Durruti Column (Spanish: Columna Durruti), with about 6000 people, was the largest anarchist column (or military unit) formed during the Spanish Civil War. During the first months of the war, it b...
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Nihilist Faction
The Nihilist Faction (Greek: Φράξια Μηδενιστών Fraxia Midheniston) was a Nihilist Anarchist organization in Greece, which claimed responsibility for a 28 May 1996 bombing of IBM offices in Athens....
Boatmen of Thessaloníki
The Boatmen of Thessaloníki (Bulgarian: Гемиджиите, Macedonian: Гемиџиите, Gemidzhiite) or the Assassins of Salonica, was a Bulgarian anarchistic group, active in the Ottoman Empire in the ye...
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Iron Column
The Iron Column (Spanish: Columna de Hierro) was a Spanish anarchist militia column formed during the Spanish Civil War to fight against the military forces of the Nationalist Faction that had rebelle...
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Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine
The Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Революційна Повстанська Армія України, Russian: Революционная Повстанческая Армия Украины", Revolyutsionnaya Povstancheskaya Armiy...
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Isaac Puente battalion
The Isaac Puente battalion (Batallón Isaac Puente) was a battalion of the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) of the Basque Country which was active during the Spanish Civil War from September ...
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Chernoe Znamia
Chernoe Znamia (or Chornoe Znamia) (Russian: Чёрное знамя, English: The Black Banner), known as the Chernoznamentsy, was a Russian anarchist communist organisation. It emerged in 1903 as a fe...
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Squamish Five
The Squamish Five (sometimes referred to as the Vancouver Five) were a group of self-styled "urban guerrillas" active in Canada during the early 1980s. Their chosen name was Direct Action.The five wer...
Friends of Durruti Group
The Friends of Durruti Group (in Spanish, Agrupación de los Amigos de Durruti) was an anarchist group in Spain, named for Buenaventura Durruti. It was founded on March 15, 1937, by Jaime Balius, Félix...
Spanish Maquis
The Spanish Maquis were Spanish guerrillas exiled in France after the Spanish Civil War who continued to fight against the Franco regime until the early 1960s, carrying out sabotage, robberies (to hel...
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Anarchism and violence
Anarchism and violence have become closely connected in popular thought, in part because of a concept of "propaganda of the deed". Propaganda of the deed, or attentát, was espoused by a number of lead...
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La Mano Negra
La Mano Negra (Spanish, in English, "The Black Hand") was an alleged secret and violent anarchist organization that was founded in Andalucia, Spain at the end of the 19th century.Although local anarch...
Litton Industries bombing
In October, 1982, three members of the Direct Action "urban guerrilla" group acted upon "their wish to end the arms race" and filled a stolen pick-up truck with 550 kg of dynamite and drove from...
Litton Industries bombing - Wikipedia