"Di Paola's book fills an important gap and helps give a fuller picture of how anarchist movements operated and managed to survive despite repression in their respective homelands." —Davide Turcato, editor of The Complete Works of Malatesta
A collective biography of Italian anarchists exiled from their homeland during four decades of upheaval throughout Europe. Pietro Di Paola charts the politics and culture of fledgling organizations and influential individuals as they maintained a global revolutionary network from their adopted home base of London.
Pietro Di Paola is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Lincoln.
- 254 pages
- Liverpool University Press (9/12/17)
- 0.8 x 6 x 9 inches