- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
1Saving the future: the roots of Malatesta’s anti-militarism
2The Manifesto of the Sixteen: Kropotkin’s rejection of anti-war anarchism and his critique of the politics of peace
3Malatesta and the war interventionist debate 1914–17: from the ‘Red Week’ to the Russian revolutions
4Beyond the ‘people’s community’: the anarchist movement from the fin de siècle to the First World War in Germany
5‘No man and no penny’: Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis, anti-militarism and the opportunities of the First World War 1
6‘The bomb plot of Zurich’: Indian nationalism, Italian anarchism and the First World War 1
7The French anarchist movement and the First World War
8At war with empire: the anti-colonial roots of American anarchist debates during the First World War
9The anarchist anti-conscription movement in the USA
11Mutualism in the trenches: anarchism, militarism and the lessons of the First World War
- Anarchism, 1914-18
- Matthew S. Adams, Ruth Kinna
- Manchester University Press
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