Rudolf Rocker was a German anarchist writer and activist who fled Germany for Paris and London to escape the Nazis. He was a key figure in the Yiddish-language anarchist scene and a pioneer of anarcho-syndicalism. He wrote influential books on nationalism and culture, anarchism, and American history.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Rocker
Rudolf Rocker was a German anarchist writer and activist who fled Germany for Paris and London to escape the Nazis. He was a key figure in the Yiddish-language anarchist scene and a pioneer of anarcho-syndicalism. He wrote influential books on nationalism and culture, anarchism, and American history.
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A collection of articles by Rudolf Rocker, a German anarchist and syndicalist who wrote on various topics related to anarchism and anarcho-syndicalism. The articles cover topics such as anarchism and Sovietism, anarchism and nationalism, anarchism and socialism, anarchism and culture, and more.
He was Rudolf Rocker, the German anarchist gentile, who devoted nearly twenty years of his life to organizing and inspiring the most despised of East End plebs—the immigrant Jewish tailors. To continue reading this article you will need to purchase access to the online archive.
Rudolf Rocker’s Nationalism and Culture is a work sui generis. It is at once a scholarly survey, and analysis of human culture and human institutions throughout the range of known history and an eloquent, poetical, often almost passionate expression of the feeling of the writer about all of the content of the realm he surveys.
A first hand account of Rudolf Rocker's years in London, where he became involved in the Jewish anarchist movement of the East End. He helped set up the Jewish Bakers' Union, organised mass demonstrations and the 1912 Jewish tailor's strike. The web page provides a PDF file of the original memoirs in Yiddish and an English translation.
The tragedy of Spain - Rudolf Rocker. German anarcho-syndicalist Rudolf Rocker's history of the Spanish Civil War and Revolution. July 19th was the anniversary of the day on which a gang of militarist adventurers rose against the republican regime in Spain and, with the assistance of outside powers and foreign troops, plunged the country into a ...
Johann Rudolf Rocker (March 25, 1873 – September 19, 1958) was a German anarchist writer and activist. He was born in Mainz to a Roman Catholic artisan family. His father died when he was a child, and his mother when he was in his teens, so he spent some time in an orphanage.
Rudolf Rocker was a German anarcho-syndicalist writer and activist who influenced the Spanish Civil War and the Jewish émigré community in London. He wrote books on politics, philosophy, history and culture, such as Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism, Nationalism and Culture, and The Tragedy of Spain.