Ida Mett: The Kronstadt Commune

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Written by Ida Mett, an active anarchist in Moscow during the revolution of 1917 who was forced to flee by the Bolsheviks. A tireless organiser and writer all her life she died in Paris in1973.
The Kronstadt Commune (first published in Paris in 1938) is still considered one of the best histories of the failure of the Russian revolution and of the Kronstadt uprising. Includes an introduction written by Maurice Brinton for the first English translation published by Solidarity in 1967. This edition 2021 by Active Distribution.

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