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Alexander Berkman, 1892

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Alexander Berkman (1870–1936). Russian immigrant who became an American writer, radical anarchist, and would-be assassin. Berkman was a leading member of the anarchist movement. He was the lover and close associate of Emma Goldman, a Lithuanian-born anarchist with whom he collaborated frequently and organized civil rights and anti-war campaigns. ~ Biography ~ Works on Wikisource

Alexander Berkman (1870–1936). Émigrant russe naturalisé américain. Écrivain, anarchiste radical, proche de Emma Goldman. ~ Biographie ~ Œuvres sur Wikisource

Александр Беркман (1870–1936). Одна из крупнейших фигур интернационального анархического движения конца Х1Х – начала ХХ вв. Участвовал в анархическом движении США, России, Германии, Франции.



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