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  1. Apr 30,  · Tonight, the new play about s anarchist bombers The Angry Brigade is being premiered at the Bush Theatre in London. I have always thought it odd that The Angry Brigade are seldom mentioned in social histories of the s and s. They were active around and the Bomb Squad (now called SO13) was specifically formed to.
  2. kick it till it breaks.”—Angry Brigade, communiqué Between and , the Angry Brigade used guns and bombs in a series of symbolic attacks against property. A series of communiqués accompanied the actions, explaining the choice of targets and the Angry Brigade philosophy: autonomous organization and attacks on property.
  3. Various Authors The Angry Brigade: Documents and Chronology, – Scanned and converted to HTML by Peter Jaques, October 28–29,
  4. Sep 18,  · Communique 2 The Angry Brigade. Communique 3 (Only extracts of Communique 3 are available from l.T. 94 and l.T. 95) The statement claims the bombing of the Department of Employment and Productivity Wages Council Office. They described it as part of `a planned series of attacks on capitalist and government property'.
  5. Feb 02,  · They were the British Baader Meinhof, 70s icons of the radical left. Thirty years ago, the Angry Brigade launched a string of bombing attacks against the .
  6. The Angry Brigade seems to have faded from our collective memory but, at the time, the group was a household name. Although, John, Jim, Anna and Hilary came to be regarded as the poster children for the movement, they actually went on trial with a further four defendants, who were later acquitted.
  7. The Angry Brigade: A history of Britain's first urban guerilla group, Gordon Carr, (reissued by Stuart Christie ) ISBN ; The Angry Brigade Documents and Chronology, Bratach Dubh Anarchist Pamphlets, ; Anarchy in the UK: The Angry Brigade, Tom Vague, AK Press, , ISBN
  8. The Angry Brigade is play by the British playwright James Graham, centred on the Angry Brigade anarchist group. It was announced in January It opened at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth on 18 September before touring to the Oxford Playhouse, Warwick Arts Centre and Watford Palace Theatre between 8 and 25 October The production was directed by James Grieve and a four .

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