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Letter concerning Russian anarchist prisoner news in Voix Libertaire

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handwritten on the letterhead of the “Association des Fédéralistes Anarchistes (A. F. A.) / Sécretariat”]

 

9 May 1929

My dear comrade,

This morning I received the copy of “En U.R.S.S.” to which was attached a note by Voline.

No, the reason for the non-appearance of the previous chronicle [la chronique] is not its publication in “Libertaire”.

Rather it is entirely due to the lack of space.

For more or less the last two months, we had on the back burner the articles of Spielman (on Tunisia), and Souchy (on Germany).

At the moment, only Spielman’s article remains to be published.

The first part of “En U.R.S.S.” (first sent on March 29 1929) will probably appear next week.

We’re glad to make all your collaborators happy, not to mention all our readers!

I hope that you will not be too hard on us because of this long delay given the limited format of “Voix Libertaire”.

Fraternal greetings to everyone.

R. Darsouze

P. S. To save time, don’t send your mailings by registered post.

 

René Darsouze (1876-1962), a typesetter by trade, was the editor-in-chief of “Voix Libertaire”, the organ of the AFA.

Translated by: Malcolm Archibald.

from http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/k6dkw2

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23, March 2016 at 10:31 am

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Militants anarchistes

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If you need to look up Anarchist militants, particularly [but not only!] ones with French connections, nowhere better to start than this:

http://militants-anarchistes.info/

You’ll have to translate it, but look how well laid out the site is, and how much work they’ve done!

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21, January 2012 at 4:49 pm

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