Anarchism in Italy
Italy, in particular at the turn of the 20th century, had a strong
*1891: Foundation of the
Socialist Revolutionary Anarchist Party
*1912: Foundation of the "
Unione Sindacale Italiana" trade-union (joined the International Workers Associationfounded in 1922)
*1920: Publication of the newspaper "
Umanità Nova" (New Humanity)
Giustizia e Libertà" (Justice and Liberty), anti-fascist organization
Sébastien Faure Century, contingent of the Durruti Columnin the Spanish Civil War
*1986: Foundation in Italy of the
Federation of Anarchist Communists
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