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Des joies du printemps.

A map shows each country’s current second language. Saudi Arabia’s is Tagalog.

That New Orleans-Havana connection.

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Russia in 1921, as represented at a conference of London trade unionists, held in the Friars Hall, Blackfriars Road, London, held on May 7 of that year. Here, the report’s author visits Russia.

Volin’s anarchist analysis of the Revolution.

Red Army in Tblisi, 1921, and a parade on Red Square in 1917.

Butyrskaya, where four of my relatives were held in 1921. Aizenman was in a labor camp near Moscow. Later Voskresensky (one of the four mentioned above) was required to work in some type of prison, also near Moscow.

Famine was bad in that year and to me things in Russia look terrible before, during, and after the Revolution, as well as now. From Riga in 1921, Emma Goldman said her stay in Russia had convinced her that anarchism was the only sound system.

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Seven new planets and a new star.

Axé.

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