by Roger Yates
A pocket book novel by Roger Yates about the joy, excitement and rage of the Spanish Revolution when many people had hopes of a real change. This story of the Spanish anarchist revolution of 1936 is told from the perspective of the women, the revolutionary youth, the workers and the peasants who made it. A short and sweet story celebrating that time and the people who fought against the fascists and for their revolution.
About the Author:
Roger Yates is a lecturer in sociology at University College Dublin and the University of Wales, specializing in animal rights. He is a former executive committee member of the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV), a former Animal Liberation Front (ALF) press officer, and a co-founder of the Fur Action Group.