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Hamilton Bertie Gibson, known as Tony; born 1914, died 2001; British psychologist, anarchist; interviewed in the 1990s elder British anarchists resulting in the typescript 'Kindling the Phoenix Nest. Interviews with pioneers of anarchism in post-war Britain'.
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Period 1976-1995
Collection, brought together by Patricia Herbert, on the political situation in Burma, in particular from the point of view of U Maung Maung, the brigadier, and Dr. U Maung Maung, president of Burma for one month in 1988.
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Michel Pablo (Raptis) was a revolutionary Trotskyist leader of the Fourth International born in Greece and during his life in particular active in Algeria, Chile, Greece and Portugal.
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Correspondence with Claude Bourdet, Noam Chomsky, Claude Julien, and others 1968-2008; diaries, notebooks, address books and visiting cards related with her public life and personal postcards; documents on articles, books and speeches, written by George and conferences attended by her; documents rel...
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Global non-governmental organization representing national and international organizations that seek to advance social welfare, social development and social justice.
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Period 1929-1967
Correspondence, mainly from the early fifties with political friends and left-wing historians like Edward H. Carr, Daniel Guérin, Ernest Mandel, Roman Rosdolsky, Alfred Rosmer, Bertrand Russell and others; correspondence with his publishers; 23 prewar letters from Leon Trotsky to Trotskyists (all pu...
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Gramophone records from Europe (Russia excepted) from country’s such as Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain and Sweden.
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International gramophone records from country’s such as Belgium, Germany, Russia, France and the United Kingdom.
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