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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #274 - history, A new map of Petrograd in 1917 (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 12 Oct 2017 09:55:21 +0300


Plants in struggle, regiments rouges, seats of organizations and places of power ... an interactive map of the capital of the tsars in full revolution, with a particular light on the anarchist implantation. ---- Here we find the location of the main places mentioned in the dossier of Alternative Libertarian devoted to the Russian Revolution - the Dourna Dournovo, the Tauride Palace, the Smolny Institute, the Rosenkrantz factory, the Kresty prison ... ---- But it will also reveal the distribution (not exhaustive) of the factories and regiments red, loyalist or " neutral " in October 1917, numbers on the numbers, photographs. ---- Do not hesitate to click on the icons for explanations, and to zoom out to see the whole map. ---- Sources used: ---- Atlas History of the CPSU, 3 th edition, Institute of Marxism-Leninism, Moscow, 1982 ;
Rex A. Wade, Red Guards and Workers' Militias in the Russian Revolution, Stanford University Press, 1984 ;
Stephen A. Smith, Red Petrograd. The revolution in the factories (1917-1918), Les Nuits rouges, 2017.
Historical Materials, Istmat.info .
Directed by: Guillaume Davranche and Pierre Chamechaude.

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When the revolution of February 1917 broke out, anarchist groups were active on a few large industrial sites such as the Baltic, Trubochnyi, Metallicheskii, Rousski Renault and of course Pullovov. But they are far from being able to compete with the Bolshevik groups, which have gained preponderance since 1912.

After the mutiny of the majority of the garrison, the anarchists gained an audience with two regiments in particular: the 1st Mitrailleurs, hastened from Oranienbaum at the end of February to defend the revolution ; the sailors of the Baltic Fleet, stationed on the island of Kronstadt garrison, which the 1 st March 1917 were by firing squad fifty General Staff officers who had refused to join the revolution.

In the folder:

Editorial: Anarchists, their role, their choices
February-March 1917: After the Tsarists, drive the capitalists
Minority but galvanized, anarchists advocate expropriation all-out
A leaflet of the Communist Anarchist Federation of Petrograd (March 1917)
The first libertarian wave (1905-1908)
April-May: The irrepressible rise to the social explosion
Anarcho-syndicalists in factory committees
June-July: Creating insurrection is not enough
The fiasco of the Days of July
August-September: The counter-revolution digs its own tomb
The Other Components of Russian Socialism in 1917
October red (and black): The assault in the unknown
The Anarchist Jelezniakov disperses the Constituent Assembly
A Ukrainian revolutionary: Maroussia emerges from oblivion
A new map of Petrograd in 1917
November 1917-April 1918: From pluralism to the confiscated revolution . Four cleavage points:
People's Power vs. State Power
Socialization against nationalization
Popular militia against a hierarchical army
On requisitions and expropriations
Epilogue 1918-1921: Resistance and eradication
Reportage from beyond the grave: " The funeral of Kropotkin " (1921)

http://www.alternativelibertaire.org/?Une-carte-inedite-de-Petrograd-en-1917
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