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The Frente Revolucionario Antifascista y Patriota (FRAP) is a militant organization of Catalonians who aimed changing Spain according to Maoist principles. Like the Basque ETA, the FRAP rejects the... [Item of the Day]
Francisco Ferrer Guardia (1859-1909) was a freemason, an atheist and a radical educational reformer who felt affinity with anarchism. On September 8, 1901, he opened La Escuela Moderna [The modern... [Item of the Day]
José Martinez Guerricabeitia was born on June 18, 1921 to a family of anarcho-syndicalists near Valencia (Spain). After having studied law and sociology, he founded a publishing house in exile in... [Item of the Day]
When it became clear that the Spanish Republicans were losing the Civil War, contacts between the IISH and the anarchist organizations CNT and FAI were established. They hoped to be able to shelter... [Item of the Day]
On June 7, 1896, a bomb exploded amidst a religious procession in Cambios Nuevos, Barcelona, which caused a drummer corporal and some bystanders to die. Anarchists from Spain and France were arrested... [Item of the Day]
As an anarchist, José Ester Borras (1913-1980) fled from Spain to France. There he was active in the underground during the Second World War. Arrested by the Gestapo on 30 October 1943, he was... [Item of the Day]
A few months after the destruction of Guernica, a commission appointed by the Spanish (Nationalist) Government began an investigation into the matter.It came to the conclusion that the town of... [Item of the Day]