The Knights Errant of Anarchy: London and the Italian Anarchist Diaspora (1880-1917)

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Index
Adunata dei refrattari, L’ (New York) 209
Agitazione, L’ (Ancona) 75–6, 80, 89n146, 91, 93, 97, 102–4, 214, 217
Agitazione, L’ (Rome) 103
Agresti, Antonio 21, 34–5, 60, 75–6, 84, 88–90, 211
Aldovrandi 28
Aldred, Guy 146, 179, 196
Alexander II, Tsar of Russia 37, 46, 52n81, 53, 160n13
Alexandria (Egypt) 4, 30, 47, 56
Alfonso XIII, king of Spain 42, 107–08
Aliens’ Bill 20, 23–4, 108, 147
Amede, vice-inspector 123–6, 155
ammonizione 14–16, 41
Anarchia, L’ see newspapers
Anarchist organisations and groups
Anarchist and Anti-parliamentary Committee 86
Anonimato, L’ 63, 69, 70, 72, 74–6, 78, 84n118, 205, 215, 218
see also La Libera Iniziativa
Bresci group 104, 139
Circolo Italiano di Studj Sociali /Cercle italien d’études sociales 36, 44, 46, 128
Circolo dei ribelli rivoluzionari 84
Comitato per la Rivoluzione Sociale 39
Freedom Group 7, 58, 180
Gruppo degli Introvabili, Il 63
Gruppo di Studi Sociali 180
Intransigenti di Londra e Parigi, Gli 63
Libera Iniziativa, La 63, 64n29, 66, 68–9, 70–2, 74–6, 84, 162, 218
see also L’Anonimato
London Anarchist Communist Group 179
Ribelli di St. Denis 63
Social Revolutionary Anarchist Party, Italian Federation 82
Solidarietà 84–6
Straccioni di Parigi, Gli 63
Ancona 75, 80, 91, 102, 120–21, 179, 184, 214–15, 219
Angiolillo, Michele 62, 144
Anti-anarchist conference 19, 125, 153
anti-organisationalist anarchists 9, 13, 59, 61, 89–90, 102–04, 205
see also Antonelli, Adolfo; Bresci group, Anonimato, L’; Libera Iniziativa, La; Parmeggiani, Luigi; L’International
quarrels with the organisationalists 72–77
Antibando, Giorgio 146–47
Antolini, Ernesto 46–7, 49, 50
Antonelli, Adolfo 24–5, 102–3, 105, 107–111, 211
see also Barberi, Francesco; L’Insurrezione
Apostolato Popolare, L’ 27
Arcelli, Giovanni Luigi 94n10
Argentina 3, 78, 172, 216
Armetta, Emilia 32
Arnaud Antoine, 46

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Abbreviations vii
  • List of Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- The Fugitives- Anarchist Pathways toward London 14
  • 2- The Making of the Colony 37
  • 3- The 1890s 59
  • 4- The New Century 92
  • 5- The Surveillance of Italian Anarchists in London 122
  • 6- Politics and Sociability- The Anarchist Clubs 157
  • 7- The First World War- The Crisis of the London Anarchist Community 184
  • Conclusions 202
  • Biographies 211
  • Bibliography 220
  • Index 233
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