Monthly Archives: October 2014

Willie McDougall, An Open Letter

Willie McDougall was one of  Glasgow’s life long anarchists, a bitter anti-war campaigner and conscientious objector. As a conscientious objector he was sent to Dartmoor prison, but some how managed to get hold of a bicycle, cycled off, and made his way back to Glasgow, where he continued his anti-war campaigning. This was an open […]

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An Anarchist Manifesto.

For read of the month we have digitalised the oldest artefact that we have in our archive, An Anarchist Manifesto, published, May 1st. 1895 by the London Anarchist Communist Alliance. The Anarchist Manifesto 1895 James Tochatti (from Ballater, real name Moncure Douglas 1852-1928) and Louisa Sarah Bevington wrote for ‘Liberty – A Journal of Anarchist […]

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