On Active Service | J.A.Andrews | SA1210
On Active Service: Items in the History of the People’s Movement in Australia
5.5x8.5", 44 pages, saddle-stitched
Eccentric Australian anarchist J.A.Andrews writes about his experience with the labor activist groups, including the Active Service Brigade, where he worked side-by-side with Arthur Desmond, popularly known by his pen name Ragnar Redbeard. The last chapters are his experiences in prison. This memoir was published over eleven installments in the Australian newspaper The Tocsin, between May and July 1900.
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