perls,fritz.(friedrich salomon perls) origen judio.neuropsiquiatra y psicoanalista.

Perovskaya,sofia.del grupo revolucionario narodnaia volia(era un amalgama de ideologias progresistas y revolucionarias) que mato al zar alejandroII,fue su atentado mas conocido.a su derecha andrei zheliabov,compañero de lucha.

Perovskaya, Sofia

Perovskayas, Sofia.

1853–1881), Russian revolutionary populist, a member of the Executive committee of "Narodnaya Volya" ("People's Will"), and a direct supervisor of the murder of emperor Alexander II.

Sofia Perovskaya was born in St. Petersburg to a noble family; her father was the governor of St. Petersburg. In 1869 she attended the Alarchin Women's Courses in St. Petersburg, where she founded the self-education study group. At age seventeen, she left home. From 1871 to 1872 she was one of the organizers of the Tchaikovsky circle. Her remarkable organizational skills and willpower never failed to gain her leading positions in various revolutionary societies. To prepare for "going to the people," she passed a public teacher's exam and completed her studies as a doctor's assistant. In January 1874 she was arrested and detained for several months in the Peter and Paul Fortress and faced the Trial of 193 (1877–1878), but was proven innocent. She joined the populist organization Zemlya i Volya (Land and Freedom) and took part in an unsuccessful armed attempt to free Ippolit Myshkin, who was proven guilty at the Trial of 193. During the summer of 1878 she was once again arrested, and exiled to Olonetskaya province, but on the way there she fled and assumed an illegal status. In June 1879 Perovskaya took part in the Voronezh assembly of Zemlya i Volya, soon after which the organization split into Narodnaya Volya (People's Will) and Cherny Peredel (The Black Repartition). From the autumn of 1879, she was a member of the executive committee of Narodnaya Volya. In November 1879 she took part in the organization of the attempt to blow up the tsar's train near Moscow. She played the role of the wife of railroad inspector Sukhorukov (Narodnaya Volya member Lev Gartman): The underground tunnel that led to the railroad tracks where the bomb was planted came from his house. By mistake, however, it was the train of the tsar's entourage that got blown up. During the spring of 1880, Perovskaya took part in another attempt to kill the tsar in Odessa. In the preparation of the successful attempt on March 13, 1881, on the Yekaterininsky channel in St. Petersburg, she headed a watching squad, and after the party leader Andrei Zhelyabov (Perovskaya's lover) was arrested, she headed the operation until it was completed, having personally drawn the plan of the positions of the grenade throwers and given the signal to attack. Hoping to free her arrested comrades, after the murder Perovskaya did not leave St. Petersburg and was herself arrested. At the trial of pervomartovtsy (participants of the murder of the tsar), Perovskaya was sentenced to death and hanged on April 15, 1881, on the Semenovsky parade ground in St. Petersburg, becoming the first woman in Russia to be executed for a political crime. Fuente=

perpiñan,,18-11-1926/9-11-1948,barcelona.secretario de paris.maquis.murio por torturas en el castillo de montjuic.imagen del libro de abel paz=el anarquismo contra el estado franquista1936-1951.texto de


pesotta,Rose. en 1965.

Pesotta, Rose (1896-1965) – New York anarchist, friend of EG, she helped publish Road to Freedom; she was an activist in ILGWU and one of the signers of a labor tract from The Anarchist Workers’ Group for the Union of New York Cloak and Dressmakers (AV p. 149, 346; FVL).


EG= Emma Goldman. Texto de= University de Hawai'i at Manoa College of Social Sciences. Department of Political Science.

Pesotta,Rose. (1896-1965) was an anarchist, feminist labor organizer and vice president within the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.Born Rakhel Peisoty in Derazhnia, Ukraine in 1896 to a family of grain merchants, Pesotta was well educated during her childhood and, influenced by the Narodnaya Volya (People's Will), would eventually adopt anarchist views. In 1913, at the age of 17, Pesotta emigrated to New York City and found employment in a shirtwaist factory, quickly joining the ILGWU, a union representing the mostly Jewish and Latina female garment workers. Working hard to educate her fellow workers, Pesotta was elected to the all male executive board of ILGWU Local 25 in 1920. She spent two years at Brookwood Labor College in the 1920s.

The union sent her to Los Angeles in 1933 to organize garment workers, her success there leading to an appointment as vice-president of the union in 1934. One of her biggest accomplishments in Los Angeles, California was the leading role she would play in the garment industry wide strike of 1933, as strikes were a rarity in this notoriously "open shop" city.

Pesotta also contributed occasional articles to the anarchist newspaper Road to Freedom (the successor to Emma Goldman's Mother Earth), where she found herself on more than one occasion debating other anarchists on the merits of working within traditional union structures, and was heavily criticised for such activities by Marcus Graham.

Pesotta played a key role, together with Lea Roback, in the unionization of Montreal's women's garment workers, in the ILGWU, in April 1937.

In 1944 Pesotta resigned from the executive board of the union in protest of the fact that, despite 85% of the union's membership were women, she was the sole female executive member. She had repeatedly complained to David Dubinsky, then president of the union, that she felt uncomfortable being the token women on the board but the union continued to not allow other women to rise to leadership positions, despite the fact that Dubinsky had voiced a similar protest years earlier about being the only Jew on the executive board. Rose Pesotta died in 1965.

Pesotta,Rose.2940-east-3 street,new york.

pestana nuñez,angel.fue director de la soli,anti-comunista acerrimo,trentista,fundador del partido sindicalista.

Pestaña,angel.fotograma del cortometraje=III congreso de cnt y IV ait en España,1931.

Pestaña Nuñez, Angel. Imagen del coleccionable 'La Guerra Civil Española, mes a mes', de la Biblioteca El Mundo, 2005.

Petric, Faith.

Miembro del sindicato Industrial Worker of the World (IWW).


Faith was born on September 13, 1915 in a log cabin on a homestead near Orofino, Idaho. Real pioneer stuff!! She remembers singing in her preacher-father's church at the age of three, hasn't stopped singing since and has no intention of doing so. She is that rare being of this time, NOT a singer/songwriter. 

Petric, Faith.

Petric, Faith.

Petric, Faith. Articulo del periodico Industrial Worker vol. 110 nº 10, diciembre 2013.

Petric, Faith

Petric, Faith-

Petris, Ido. A sinistra= L'Anarchico Ido Petris attende di prendere la parola. Imagen de la Rivista Anarchica nº 386, febrero 2014.

Petris, Ido. Texto de la Rivista Anarchica nº 386, febrero 2014-1

Petris, Ido. Texto de la Rivista Anarchica nº 386, febrero 2014-2

Petrivich Siuda, Piotr. CNT Nº 116, julio 1990.

Petrivich Siuda, Piotr. CNT Nº 116, julio 1990-1

Petrivich Siuda, Piotr. CNT Nº 116, julio 1990-2

Pfeiffer, Maddy.








































Phan Boi Chau.


El movimiento anarquista en Vietnam, tuvo su comienzo en los primeros años del siglo XX. Su personalidad más destacada fue Phan Boi Chau.


Entre 1905 y 1908, Phan Boi Chau residió en Japón y desde allí escribió folletos políticos reivindicando la liberación de Vietnam del régimen colonial de Francia. Luego de ser forzado a abandonar Japón, pasó a China donde recibió influencias de Sun Yat-Sen. Conformó un nuevo grupo llamado la Liga de Restauración Vietnamita (Viet Nam Quang Phuc Hoi), basada en el modelo del partido republicano de Sun Yat-Sen. En 1925, agentes franceses lo capturaron en Shanghái, fue acusado de traición y se le condenó a prisión domiciliaria de por vida en Huế.


Los pasos iniciales del anarquismo en Vietnam pueden rastrearse hasta algunas organizaciones, pensadores y activistas políticos en China y Japón, muy influenciados por Phan Boi Chau. El periódico anarquista chino Justicia Natural, fue fundado en 1907 por algunos anarquistas como Chang Chi, que era amigo de Chau.[1] La Liga Mundial por la Humanidad, una organización internacionalista creada en 1912 a la que se incorporó Chau, no fue reconocida por el recientemente formado Gobierno Republicano de China, debido a su programa de “extrema izquierda''.




philips-afrika,janine.u.s.a.militante de move.en la actualidad(2010) sigue en la carcel.

philips-afrika,william.eeuu.militante de la organizacion move.en la actualidad(2010) sigue en la carcel.

Phipps, Jill. (15 January 1964 — 1 February 1995) was a British animal rights activist who was crushed to death in BagintonWarwickshire, England by a lorry transporting live veal calves heading for continental Europe via Coventry Phipps did well at school but chose not to stay on after the age of 16; she went to work for the Royal Mail (her father was a postman). She had become interested in caring for animals when young, and joined her mother's campaigning against the fur trade from the age of 11. After herself becoming a vegetarian, Phipps persuaded the rest of her family to join them. By her late teens she joined the Eastern Animal Liberation League, a group affiliated to the Animal Liberation Front. A local campaign in Coventry supported by Phipps and her mother succeeded in closing down a local fur shop and fur farm. In 1986, together with her mother and sister, Phipps raided the Port Sunlight factory of soap manufacturers Unilever on Merseyside to protest at their use of animal testing. After smashing computer equipment, the group were caught and prosecuted, with Phipps' mother being sentenced to six months' imprisonment and her sister to eighteen months. Phipps herself received a suspended sentence as she was pregnant.

After her son was born, Phipps spent more time caring for him (having divorced her husband, she raised him as a single parent). She attended occasional demonstrations and hunt sabotagemeetings during school holidays together with her son. The use of Coventry airport for export of veal calves horrified her, and in January 1995 she walked almost 100 miles from Coventry to Westminster to protest; on her 31st birthday she protested outside the home of the businessman who had organised the trade.[1]

Fatal accident

On 1 February 1995, Phipps was one of 35 protesters at Coventry Airport in Baginton, protesting at the export of live calves to Amsterdam for distribution across Europe. Ten protesters broke through police lines and were trying to bring the lorry to a halt by sitting in the road or chaining themselves to it when Phipps was crushed beneath the lorry's wheels; her fatal injuries included a broken spine.[2] Phipps' death received a large amount of publicity, being brought up at Prime Minister's question time in the House of Commons.[1]


The Crown Prosecution Service decided there was not enough evidence to bring any charges against the driver. Phipps' family blamed the police for her death, because the police appeared determined to keep the convoy of lorries moving despite the protest. The inquest heard that the driver may have been distracted by a protester running into the road ahead of him, who was being removed by a policeman. The policeman in charge of the protest speculated that Phipps had chosen "deliberately [to] fall" under the wheels of the truck,[2] but Phipps' father insisted that she did not want to die as she had a young son to live for. Wkipedia.

Phipps, Jill-

A. L. F. 

Phipps, Jill.

Phipps, Jill,


Pí,balbina.sant baudilio de llobregat,1896-

perpignan,1973.trabajo en la rama fabril.

Comenzo su militancia en 1917,año que

fue nombrada delegada de la federacion

local de sabadell.destaco como propagandista

durante la dictadura de primo de rivera.

Balbina colaboro en solidaridad obrera con los

seudonimos de Margot y Libertad caida.en 1920

sobresalio por sus actividades en defensa de los

deportados al castillo de montjuich.

Al finalizar la guerra no pudo escapar,vivio en la

clandestinidad algunos años,hasta que pudo cruzar

la frontera.en francia trabajo en diversos organismos

a favor de los refugiados.

Pi Sanllehy, Balbina. Texto del periodico Rojo y Negro nº 269, junio 2013.

picarol,salvador.coordinador radio pica.en la imagen en el medio lado izquierdo.sacado del periodico catalunya nº117,mayo 2010.

Picarol,Salvador.Es entrevistado en las paginas centrales del periodico ''Catalunya'' nº 128,mayo 2011.imagen idem.

picqueray,may 1898-1983,abrio su casa a makhno,secretaria de emma goldman,puso una bomba en la embajada de estados unidos, ayudo en evasiones de los campos de concentraciones...

Picqueray, May (1893-1983) – French anarchist, she helped free EG’s friend Senya Fleishin from a Bolshevik Prison, fought to free Sacco and Vanzetti, and founded the journal Le Réfractaire (Bleed).


EG'S= Emma Goldman. Texto de= University de Hawai'i at Manoa College of Social Sciences. Department of Political Science.

Picqueray, May.

Pilat, Ida  (later Isca) (1896-1890) – New York and Mohegan Colony anarchist, she was a professional translator and a member of the Libertarian Book Club; she was married to Velerio Isca (AV 143).

 Texto de= University de Hawai'i at Manoa College of Social Sciences. Department of Political Science.

Pilat, Ida. Imagen=Isca (Ida), Rocker y Landsman.

Pineda, Pasion. Secretaria General de CNT de la Regional andaluza. Imagen del periodico CNT nº417, marzo 2015.

Pineda, Pasion. Texto del periodico CNT nº417, marzo 2015.

Pinelli,Claudia.hija de Giuseppe Pinelli.durante la fiesta del 40 aniversario de la revista A(rivista anarchica)imagen de la ''rivista anarchica'' nº362,mayo 2011.

pinelli,giuseppe.milan 1928/milan 1969.herrero,ferroviario.acusado  falsamente de terrorista durante el interrogatorio murio al ''caer'' de un cuarto piso del cuartel de la policia.dario fo se inspiro en estos hechos para su obra"muerte accidental de un anarquista".

Pinelli, Giuseppe.

Pinelli, hermanas. Imagen de la ''Rivista Anarchica'' nº  375, noviembre 2012.






























Pinelli, Licia. Viuda de Giuseppe Pinelli. En la foto con Pietro Valpreda. Imagen de la Rivista Anarchica nº 375, noviembre 2012.

Pinelli, Licia. Rivista Anarchica nº 405, marzo 2016.

pino sech,jesus,1916-1980.fijl.columna durruti.Huyo de tortosa de la represion stalinista a barcelona.

pintado,juan.en el 2º congreso de la fijl celebrado en marzo de 1946 en el exilio frances, salio como miembro del comite.imagen del libro de abel paz=el anarquismo contra el estado franquista 1939-1951.pagina 159.

Pintado, Juan. Imagen del periodico cnt nº400, mayo 2013, que a su vez publico imagen sombreada del periodico cnt de Toulouse del 11-5-1946 de donde es la foto.

pinto,alejandra.anarcofeminista chilena.coautora con adriana palomera del libro''mujeres y prensa anarquistas en chile 1897-1931''ediciones espiritu libertario,de santiago de chile.

Pinyana, Joan

Pinyana, Joan. Texto del periodico Rojo y Negro nº 262, noviembre 2012.

Pinyana, Joan.

Piñeyro, Elba (1916-2007) – Argentinian anarchist, she was connected to the journal Hombre de América; she belonged to the Libertarian Federation of Argentina, where she organized picnics and other cultural events. She was the partner of anarchist Enrique Palazzo.

 Texto e imagen de= University de Hawai'i at Manoa College of Social Sciences. Department of Political Science.

piñon,camilo.del comite regional de cataluña en 1943.comite contrario al otro comite de eliseo melis.imagen del libro de abel paz=el anarquismo contra el estado franquista 1939-1951.pagina 77

Piqueras, Francisco. Imagenes facilitadas por el compañero Mateo Trullen.

Piqueras Cisuelo, Francisco. De izquierda a derecha los anarquistas= Mateo Trullen, Nuñez y Francisco Piqueras, en Mas de las Matas, Teruel.

Piqueras Cisuelo, Francisco.

: El 25 de juny de 1920 neix a Alcubierre (Osca, Aragó, Espanya) l'anarcosindicalista, resistent antifranquista i historiador del moviment anarquista Francisco Piqueras Cisuelo. Quan tenia dos anys sa família es traslladà a Barcelona (Catalunya), ciutat on cresqué. Començà a treballar de ben petit i quan tenia 14 anys s'afilià a la Confederació Nacional del Treball (CNT). Arran del cop feixista de juliol de 1936, participà en les lluites de carrer, especialment en els enfrontaments davant l'edifici de la Telefònica de Barcelona, i immediatament s'enrolà com a voluntari en les milícies confederals i lluità a Saragossa, Belchite, Buesa, Utrillas, Valdeconejos, Oliete, Calanda i Alcanyís amb la centúria d'Agustín Camón. Contrari a la militarització de les milícies, a Alcanyís abandonà el front i, de bell nou a Barcelona, s'uní a la 121 Brigada Mixta de la 26 Divisió (antiga «Columna Durruti»), amb la qual lluità a la zona de Tremp (Pallars Jussà, Catalunya) fins que fou ferit. En sortir de l'hospital, retornà a la divisió amb la qual acabà la guerra com a milicià de la Cultura, caporal i comissari de companyia, substituint des de novembre de 1938 Antonio Daura que caigué ferit. Quan  el triomf franquista era un fet, creuà els Pirineus per Oceja (Alta Cerdanya, Catalunya Nord) i patí els camps de concentració de Maseras, Vernet (nou mesos) i Sètfonts. Abandonà els camps per treballar en una fàbrica de pólvora a prop de Tolosa de Llenguadoc. Mig any després aconseguí fugir i es guanyà la vida treballant per a empresaris espanyols fins que pogué entrar a fer feina a la fàbrica d'aviació de Louis Breguet. Capturat, va ser internat durant cinc mesos al camp de concentració d'Argelers, netejant sèquies en una Companyia de Treballadors Estrangers (CTE); pogué fugir, però va ser novament detingut i internat al camp de Vernet. Fugí de bell nou i creuà els Pirineus, però va ser detingut per la Guàrdia Civil a Figueres (Alt Empordà, Catalunya). Després de passar per diversos camps de concentració i batallons de càstig (Barcelona, Reus, Algeciras, L'Escala, Mallorca, Pollença), en 1945 va ser llicenciat i pogué retornar a Barcelona. A la capital catalana actuà en la resistència clandestina i entre 1946 i 1948 fou secretari de la CNT de la barriada de les Corts. Entre 1949 i 1950 fou secretari de Defensa de Barcelona. El gener de 1960, arran de l'últim viatge de Francesc Sabaté Llopart, va ser detingut i torturat per la policia. Després de la mort del dictador Francisco Franco, participà en la reconstrucció de la CNT i fou secretari de Solidaritat Internacional Antifeixista (SIA) fins a la seva dissolució. També exercí altres càrrecs orgànics, com ara secretari de la Setmana Confederal Durruti, comptador del Sindicat del Metall de la CNT i delegat d'aquest sindicat a la Federació Local de Barcelona. En 1982 fou nomenat membre del Comitè Regional de Catalunya de la CNT i l'any següent secretari de la Federació Local de Barcelona i delegat al congrés confederal d'aquell any. En aquests anys vuitanta realitzà diversos mítings i conferències a la capital catalana. L'agost de 1992 assistí al Certamen Anarquista Mundial (CAM) de Barcelona, en el qual presentà un treball. Trobem articles seus en diferents publicacions llibertàries, com ara CenitCNTLe Combat SyndicalisteEspoirExpresionesEl FrenteIdeas-OrtoLurra ta AskatasunaSolidaridad ObreraTinta Negra, etc. És autor de Cartas a Marianet, secretario general CNT-AIT (1936-1939) (sd), Robo a la República (1988), SIM (Servicio de Investigación Militar). Los crímenes cometidos por el Partido Comunista español en la Guerra Civil (1936-1939) (1988, amb Joaquín Pérez Navarro), El SIM y el Partido Comunista (1936-1939) (1988, amb Mari Carmen Piqueras), Memoria. Datos para la historia. Cartas confidenciales dirigidas al presidente del gobierno republicano don Juan Negrín, por un agente secreto de éste (1998, amb Celestino Álvarez), Batallón disciplinario núm. 46 de ST (1999 i 2000), Renunciamos a todo menos a la victoria (1999) i Mis escritos revolucionarios (2000). Francisco Piqueras Cisuelo va morir el 2 de setembre de 2002 a Barcelona (Catalunya). Va ser un gran amic del poeta i cantautor José Antonio Labordeta, de Frederica Montseny i de Víctor Alba. Sa companya fou Severina Liras. La ministra de Defensa d'Espanya entre 2008 i 2011 pel Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya (PSC) Carme Chacón Piqueras és néta seva.


Texto de Anarcofemerides.

piquete, y inicio en la musica en 1986.

Pissarro, Camille.-1

Pissarro, Camille.-2

Pitronello Schuffeneger, Luciano-

Pitronello Schuffeneger, Luciano. texto del periodico Surco nº39, septiembre-octubre 2012.

Pitronello, Luciano.

Pitt, Marie E. J. (1869-1948) – Australian anarchist, feminist poet and Christian pacifist. She was the partner of poet Bernard O’Dowd (“Marie E.J. Pitt”).


 Texto e imagen de= University de Hawai'i at Manoa College of Social Sciences. Department of Political Science.

Pixler, Penny.

Pixler, Penny. Texto del periodico Industrial Worker nº4, vol. 111, mayo 2014.

planas i virella,salvador.1882,sitges.en venganza del bienio 1904-1905.el 11-8-1905 atento de forma fallida contra el presidente de argentina,manuel quintana,se le encasquillo la pistola,en 1911 se fugo y se le perdio la pista.

Plante, Leah-Linn,

Plante, Leah-Linn

Leah-Lynn Plante is one of the victims of FBI raids targeting anarchists in Seattle. Her house was broken into and she was arrested, and the police seized anarchist literature, flags, and black clothing. Leah was subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury three times, refused three times and was thrown into prison for civil contempt on October 10th, 2012.

Plante, Leah-Linn-

Plaza Aguado, Cristina. Anarcofeminista y Articulista en la revista Pensamiento Libre.

Plaza Aguado, Cristina. Rojo y Negro nº 293, septiembre 2015

Plaza Aguado, Cristina. Rojo y Negro nº 293, septiembre 2015.


















































Poch i Gascon, Amparo. Bicel nº14 abril 2003.

Poch, Amparo. Imagen del documental= ''De toda la vida'', 1986.