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August Spies" autobiography
August Vincent Theodore Spies
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Memoir of one of the most prominent of the Chicago Haymarket martyrs ofAugust Vincent Theodore Spies (born ). Spies, the editor of the radical "Chicagoer Arbeiter-Zeitung" (Chicago Workers' News), was a speaker at the ill-fated May 4, political rally at which a bomb was thrown and policemen killed.
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August Spies Auto-Biography: His Speech in Court, and General Notes (Classic Reprint)Author: August Vincent Theodore Spies. Other articles where August Spies is discussed: Haymarket Affair: Amid the panic, August Spies and seven other anarchists were convicted of murder on the grounds that they had conspired with or aided an unknown assailant.
Many of the so-called “Chicago Eight,” however, were not even present at the May 4 event, and their alleged involvement was never. August Spies' Autobiography: His Speech In Court And General Notes () Paperback – Septem by August Vincent Theodore Spies (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: August Vincent Theodore Spies. August Spies Autobiography () August Spies wrote this passionate political autobiography in during his trial for the Haymarket bombing. During a strike in May of that year, the iron molders union in Chicago was involved in a violent clash with the city police.
Autobiography of August Spies "Barbarians, savages, illiterate, ignorant Anarchists from Central Europe, men who cannot comprehend the spirit of our free American institutions," of these I am one.
My name is August Vincent Theodore Spies, (pronounced Spees). Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Spies, August Vincent Theodore, August Spies' auto-biography. Chicago: Nina Van. Full text of "August Spies' Autobiography ()" See other formats.
Surname 1 Name: Tutor: Course: Date: August Spies Autobiography () August Spies Autobiography () is a memoir of one of the most outstanding people in the Chicago Haymarket martyrs.
Born inAugust Spies was the editor of the radical movement “Chicagoer Arbeiter-Zeitung” (Chicago Workers’ News). August was the speaker at the bad-fated political rally, where a bomb. Autobiography of August Spies. Address to the Court by August Spies. ANARCHY ARCHIVES [Other Links] [Critics Corner].
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Image of portion of first page of autobiography of Albert Parsons. LINK TO AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AUGUST SPIES. Autobiography. In compliance with your request I write for publication in the Knights of Labor the following "brief story of my life, a history of my experience and connection with Labor, Socialistic, and Anarchistic organizations, and my views as to their aims and.
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L., 91 p. 2 port. 1 August Spies, "Address of August Spies" (October 7, ). In The Accused [and] the Accusers: The Famous Speeches of the Eight Chicago Anarchists in Court: When Asked If They Had Anything to Say Why Sentence Should Not Be Passed Upon Them: On October 7th, 8th, and 9th, Chicago, Illinois (Chicago: Socialistic Publishing Society, n.d.
Testimony of August Spies (August 9, ) AUGUST SPIES. AUGUST SPIES, one of the defendants, called and affirmed on behalf of the defendants was examined in chief by Mr. Black and testified as follows: are in the Alarm. Also in the Arbeiter Zeitung.
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Foot, said that "her Battles/wars: Second World War.On Saturday 15th August,a massive bomb placed by the so-called Real IRA ripped through the town of Omagh, killing twenty-nine people, including eleven children, and injuring over two hundred.
It was the worst massacre in Northern Ireland's modern.