Bakunin, Mikhail Aleksandrovich, 1814-1876Alternative names
Born in Prjamuchino, Tver', Russia 1814, died in Berne, Switzerland 1876; studied philosophy in Moscow and Berlin; involved in revolutionary activity in Paris, Prague, Dresden 1848-1849; arrested, imprisoned and then exiled to Siberia; escaped via the USA to London in 1861; involved in revolutionary activity in Slav emigré circles, then active in Sweden in connection with the Polish insurrection in 1863; organized secret societies in Italy in 1864, and in Switzerland in 1867; member of the International Working Men's Association (IWMA) from 1867, in opposition to the General Council (and Karl Marx) from 1869 on; made efforts at revolutionary organization in Russia, Spain and Italy1868-1874; attempted insurrection in Lyon in 1870 and Bologna in 1874; founder of the anarchist movement.
From the description of Archives (1823-) 1860-1876 (-1935). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83356935
Uchastnik revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ionnogo dvizhenii︠a︡ v Rossii i Evrope, odin iz ideologov narodnichestva i anarkhizma, chlen i Ĭnternat︠s︡ionala (1864-1872).
From the description of Bakunin Mikhail Aleksandrovich (1814-1876). Fond 206, 1835-1909. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122881083
- Political prisoners
- Labor movement
- Philosophy, French--18th century
- Siberia (Russia) (as recorded)
- Russia (as recorded)
- Russia (Federation)--Siberia (as recorded)
- Irkutsk (Russia) (as recorded)
- Europe (as recorded)