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Asant movement that Nestor Makhno led in the Ukraine These movements which sought to defend the social revolution from destruction by the politicians provide important material for a clearer understanding of both the original objectives of the Russian Revolution and the problems with which all revolutions with far reaching social objectives have to contend Of particular interest to the student of the Russian revolution are the chapters of personal experiences and those in which the author drawing on the revolutionary press of the time reveals the deep cleavage between the objectives of the Libertar.

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The Unknown Revolution 1917–1921Ians and those of the Bolsheviks differences which the latter resolved by ruthlessly eliminating all those who stood in their way in the struggle for power This edition is a translation of the full text of La Reacutevolution inconnue first published in It reinstates material omitted from earlier English language editions and reproduces the complete text of the original volumes Voline writer educator and poet was exiled by the Tsarist tribunal and ordered by Trotsky to be executed but was rescued by protests He never ceased to live up to his chosen nom de guerre based on the Russian word for freedom.