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  1. Peter Andreyevich Arshinov ( Russian: Пётр Андре́евич Арши́нов; 1887–1937), was a Russian anarchist revolutionary and intellectual who chronicled the history of the Makhnovshchina .

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  3. Peter Arshinov - Wikipedia

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    Peter Andreyevich Arshinov ( Russian: Пётр Андре́евич Арши́нов; 1887–1937), was a Russian anarchist revolutionary and intellectual who chronicled the history of the Makhnovshchina .

  4. Peter Arshinov, from Marxists.org

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    Peter Andreyevich Arshinov (Russian: Пётр Андре́евич Арши́нов), also known as P. Marin (Russian: П. Ма́рин) (1886–1937), was a Ukrainian anarchist revolutionary and intellectual who chronicled Nestor Makhno's 1919–1921 uprising. Peter Arshinov was born in Yekaterinoslav. In 1904 he become involved with the revolutionary movement.

  5. Arshinov, Peter, 1887-1937 | libcom.org

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    Peter Arshinov Aka Piotr Andrievich Marin, Peter Arshinoff or F. I. Mikhailski. Born 1887 – Andreivka, Russia, died in or around 1937, USSR Piotr Andrievich Marin (Arshinov) was born in the village of Andreivka in Nisnelomov province, into a family of workers in 1887. He joined the revolutionary movement in 1904.

  6. Peter Arshinov - Wikiwand

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    Peter Andreyevich Arshinov(Russian: Пётр Андре́евич Арши́нов), also known as P. Marin(Russian: П. Ма́рин) (1886–1937[1]), was a Ukrainian anarchistrevolutionary and intellectual who chronicled Nestor Makhno's 1919–1921 uprising. Life Peter Arshinov was born in Yekaterinoslav.[2] In 1904 he become involved with the revolutionarymovement.

  7. History of the Makhnovist movement, 1918-1921 - Peter Arshinov

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    The full text of Peter Arshinov's definitive history of the revolutionary Ukrainian guerrilla movement led by anarchist Nestor Makhno. Submitted by Steven. on September 27, 2010 Translated by Lorraine and Fredy Perlman. Published by Black & Red/Solidarity, Detroit/Chicago 1974. This edition obtained from the Digital Text International website.

  8. History of the Makhnovist Movement (1918-1921): Introduction ...

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    The author, Peter Andreevich Arshinov, son of an Ekaterinoslav factory worker, himself a metalworker by trade, educated himself through strenuous personal effort. In 1904, when he was 17, he joined the revolutionary movement.

  9. History of the Makhnovist Movement (1918–1921) | The ...

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    The present work is the first English translation of Peter Arshinov’s Istoriya Makhnovskogo Dvizheniya, originally published in 1923 by the “Gruppa Russkikh Anarkhistov v Germanii” (Group of Russian Anarchists in Germany) in Berlin. It was translated into English by Lorraine and Fredy Perlman.

  10. Peter Arshinov is the author of History of the Makhnovist Movement, 1918-21 (4.21 avg rating, 109 ratings, 12 reviews, published 1923), Organizational pr...

  11. Peter Arshinov | libcom.org

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    Peter Arshinov's short history of the Russian Revolution. First published in English by the Organisation of Revolutionary Anarchists as part of Libertarian Communist Review #1, then made available online at the struggle.ws website. Libertarian Communist Review #1 (Winter 1974)

  12. Peter Arshinov | Libertarian Socialist Wiki | Fandom

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    Peter Arshinov Biographical information Date of birth 1887 Place of birth Andreivka, Nisnelomov, Russian Empire (now Dnipro, Ukraine) Date of death 1938 Place of death Moscow, USSR Peter Andreyevich Arshinov was an anarcho-communist revolutionary and historian. Contents 1 Life 1.1 Early Life 1.2 Arrest 1.3 Freedom 2 Works 3 References Life