Federación Anarquista Ibérica Archives
(1918-) 1931 -1939
Total size 22.2 m.
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Founded in 1927; underground organization of Spanish and Portuguese anarchists, for the most part militant members of the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT); organized in affinity groups; influential within the CNT during the Second Republic through its revolutionary ideas and the prestige of its dedicated activists including Buenaventura Durruti, Francisco Ascaso, Juan García Oliver and Diego Abad de Santillán; involved in revolutionary uprisings in 1931 and 1933 and in the street fightings of 19th July 1936; legalized during the Civil War; followed the same policy as the CNT, including the acceptance of ministerial responsibility in 1936; formed together with the CNT and the Federación Ibérica de Juventudes Libertarias (FIJL) in 1938 the Movimiento Libertario Español (MLE); active in the CNT during the exile period after the Spanish Civil War.
Comité Peninsular FAI, secretariat: files of documents on military matters; files and reports on the organization of the FAI; agenda, minutes and resolutions of plenary sessions; documents on the CNT and the FIJL; reports concerning international solidarity; correspondence with the Frente Popular organizations; documents on propaganda; financial records concerning the FAI and the Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA); personal documents of the secretary of the CP-FAI; inventory 1939; printed material. Comité Peninsular FAI, Regionales: correspondence with various Spanish and foreign organizations; minutes and resolutions concerning regional conferences; circular letters; printed material. Oficina de Propaganda Exterior CNT/FAI: correspondence with the Comité Nacional of the CNT, the Comité Peninsular of the FAI, the Comité Regional of the CNT Cataluña, the Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA), the Deutsche Anarcho-Syndikalisten im Ausland (DAS), the Delegación Permanente in France and in England, etc.; documents, reports and printed material on various subjects including Nazism, fascism and foreign propaganda; card index stating the names of various persons and organizations.
Secondary creatorFederacion Anarquista Iberica. Oficina de Propaganda Exterior (Barcelona) Federación Anarquista Ibérica. Comité Peninsular.
Alternate Form of Material
Security microfilms 1985.