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  • "Proposal for an Expedition to Sannikoff Land.--Translator's note." The Geographical Journal. 12, 2 (August, 1898), 162-xx
  • "THE OLD BEDS OF THE AMU-DARIA." The Geographical Journal. 12, 3 (September, 1898), 306-xx
  • "Baron Toll on New Siberia and the Circumpolar Tertiary Flora." The Geographical Journal. 16, 1 (July, 1900), 95-xx
  • Man Or the State?: A Group of Essays by Famous Writers By Waldo Ralph Browne [3]

Ronald Creagh's Bibliograpy

on the R. A. Forum site

KROPOTKIN, Petr Alekseevich. Bibliography


  • Act for yourselves : articles from Freedom 1886-1907. Edited by Nicolas Walter & Heiner Becker. London : Freedom (Series : Freedom Press centenary series ; v. 1, suppl.), 1988. 131 p. ; 21 cm.
    • Supplement to : Selections from Freedom 1886-1932.

ISBN : 0900384387 (pbk)

CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

  • An appeal to the young. 2d ed. London : [W.] Reeves, [18—]. [19 p. 18 cm.]

CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

    • Translated by H.M. Hyndman. London : Printed and published at the "Justice" printery, 1889. "New edition."

Harvard, Massachusett

    • Translated by H.M. Hyndman. Chicago : C.H. Kerr & co. (co-operative), [189- ?]. 30 p. 15 cm. "Pocket library of socialism, no. 36."

Harvard, Massachusett

    • An appeal to the young ; introd. by David Thoreau Wieck ; original cover drawing by Jack deMoreland ; adapted from the translation by H. M. Hyndman. [New York] : The Resistance Press, 1948. 20 p. : ill. cover ; 23 cm

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    • An appeal to the young ; introd. by David Thoreau Wieck. Ashfield N.S.W. : A. Jimenez, [1970 ?]. 20 p. ; 21 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

    • Chicago : Charles H. Kerr, 1984. 28 p. : ill. cover ; 17 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • Memorial ed. New York : International Anarchist Relation Committee of America, 1931. 20 p. : port. ; 23 cm.

Harvard, Massachusett

  • Anarchism. London : Kropotkin’s Lighthouse Publications, [19 ?]. 17 cm : portrait couv. ; 21 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • Anarchism : extract from the Encyclopaedia Britannica article on anarchism. [S.l. : s.n., s.d.]. 3 p. ; 28 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • Anarchism : its philosophy and ideal. Peter Kropotkin. London : J. Turner, 1897. 31 p. ; 19 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • "Third issue." London : J. Turner, 1904. Freedom pamphlets ; no. 10

Harvard, Massachusett

  • 6th issue, 1909. London : "Freedom" Office, 1909. 30 + p. ; 19 cm. Series : Freedom pamphlets ; no. 10

Harvard, Massachusett

 Anarchism and anarchist communism ; ed. by Nicolas Walter. London : Freedom Press, 1987. 64 p. ; 21 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • Anarchist communism : its basis and principles. London : Freedom Press, 1920. 35 p. ; 18 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • Anarchist morality. London : Freedom Press, (s.d.). 36 p. ; 19 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

  • Centennial expressions on Peter Kropotkin 1842-1942 / by Pertinent Thinkers. Los Angeles : Rocker Publ. Committee, circa 1942. 44 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
 "The direct action of environment and evolution". "Reprinted ... from the Nineteenth century and after, January 1919."

In : Smithsonian institution. Annual report. 1918. Washington, 1920. 24 cm. p. 409-427

Harvard, Massachusett

 The essential Kropotkin. Edited by Emile Capouya and Keitha Tompkins. 1st ed. New York : Liveright, 1975. xxiii, 294 p. ; 22 cm. Notes : Includes bibliographical references. ISBN : 0871405911 ; 0871400960 (pbk.)

CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

 Ethics : origin and development ; authorized translation from the Russian by Louis S. Friedland and Joseph R. Piroshnikoff ; intro, by the Russian editor N. Lebedev. London ; Calcutta ; Sidney : George G. Harrap & Co, 1926 ( ?). 349 p. ; 23 cm

CIRA-Lausanne New-York : Tudor, 1947. 349 p. ; 22 cm CIRA-Lausanne New-York ; London : Benjamin Blom, 1968. 349 p. ; 24 cm CIRA-Lausanne Ethics : origin and development. Translated by Louis S. Friedland & Joseph R. Piroshnikoff ; [introduction by George Woodcock]. Montréal ; New York : Black Rose Books, c1992. 349 p. ; 22 cm. (Series : The Collected works of Peter Kropotkin ; v. 8) Bibliographical references and index. ISBN : 1895431360 (pbk.) ; 1895431379

CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

 Evolution and environment. Introduction by George Woodcock, editor. Montreal ; Cheektowaga, N.Y. : Black Rose Books (Series : The Collected works of Peter Kropotkin), 1995. viii, 262 p. ; 22 cm.

ISSN ISSN 1188-5807 ; 11

ISBN : 1895431441 (pbk.) ; 189543145X (bound)

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 Expropriation. London : Freedom Office, 1909. 39 p. ; 18 cm. Series : Freedom pamphlets

Harvard, Massachusett London : [Freedom Press], [s.d.]. 39 p. ; 18 cm CIRA-Lausanne

  • Fields, Factories, and Workshops : or, Industry combined with agriculture and brain work with manual work / by P. Kropotkin. New, revised and enlarged edition. New York : G. P. Putnam ; London : S. Sonnenschein, 1913. [5]

Harvard, Massachusett

 ° 3d large impression of the popular ed. New York : G.P. Putnam’s sons, etc., etc., 1902.


Harvard, Massachusett

 Fugitive writings. Edited with an introduction by George Woodcock. Montréal ; New York : Black Rose Books (Series : The Collected works of Peter Kropotkin, ISSN 1188-5807 ; 10), 1993.

ISBN : 1895431433 (bound ; 1895431425 (pbk.)

 Górky : The Independent. Charlottesville, Va. : University of Virginia Library ; Boulder, Colo. : NetLibrary, 1996.ISBN : 0585216614 (electronic bk.)


Translation of : La grande révolution. CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett The Great French Revolution : 1789-1793 ; translated from the French by N. F. Dryhurst ; foreword by George Woodcock and Ivan Avakumovic ; cover design by Barbara Kruger. New-York : Schocken Books, 1971. 610 p. : ill. cover ; 20 cm CIRA-Lausanne introd. by George Woodcock. Montréal ; New York : Black Rose Books, 1989. xxi, 610 p. ; 22cm. ISBN : 092168939X (bound)

Harvard, Massachusett

 Kropotkin’s speech : Memorial Hall, October 21st / Kropotkin. [London] : [s.n.], 1909. [4 p.] ; 23 cm.

CIRA-Lausanne

 Law and authority : an anarchist essay. London : International, 1886. 23 p. 18 cm.

Harvard, Massachusett London : William Reeves, (s.d.). 23 p. ; 18 cm CIRA-Lausanne

 Law : the supporter of crimen. Palo Alto : Institute for the study of nonviolence, [ca 1971]. [8 p.] : ill. ; 22 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

 Meet Kropotkin. Bombay ; Indore City : Libertarian Book House, Modern Publishers, (1950 ?). 57 + 12 p. ; 25 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

 Memoirs of a Revolutionist. Introduction by Georg Brandes. Boston, New York : Houghton Mifflin Co., 1930. xiv, 502 p. ; 21 cm.

with a new introduction and notes by Nicolas Walter. New York : Dover Publications, 1971. XXXIV+557 p. : front. ; 22 cm CIRA-Lausanne 1988. xxxiv, 557 p., [2] p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. Index. Bibliography : p. 503-540. ISBN : 0486257452 :

"For this 1988 printing, Mr. Walter has added a brief new preface and incorporated several corrections and revisions into his introduction and notes"—T.p. verso. Harvard, Massachusett introd. by George Woodcock. Montréal ; New York : Black Rose Books, 1989. xxxiii + 468 p. ; 22 cm.

 Mutual aid : a factor of evolution. New York : McClure, Philips & co., 1902. xix, 348 p. 22.5 cm.

"Printed in England."

Harvard, Massachusett New York : McClure Phillips, 1903. xix, 348 p. 22 cm. Republished, in part, from the Nineteenth century. London : William Heinemann, 1904. XIX+348 p. ; 21 cm CIRA-Lausanne London : William Heinemann, 1915. 240 p. ; 18 cm CIRA-Lausanne with a foreword by H. L. Beales. Harmondsworth : Penguin Books, 1939. 239 p ; 18 cm CIRA-Lausanne Foreword by Ashley Montagu, and "The struggle for existence" by Thomas H. Huxley. Boston : Extending Horizons Books, 1955. [24], [vii]-xix, 362 p. 22 cm. Bibliography : p. [20] CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett ed. and with an introd. by Paul Avrich. New-York : New-York University Press, 1972. 277 p. : couv. photo ; 23 cm CIRA-Lausanne introductory essay by John Hewetson ; pref. N. W[alter]. London : Freedom Press, 1987. xxii, 278 p. ; 21 cm CIRA-Lausanne introduction by George Woodcock. 1st Canadian ed. Montreal : Black Rose Books, c1989. xlvii, 362 p. ; 23 cm. Incomplete contents : The struggle for existence in human society / by Thomas H. Huxley. p. 329-341. Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN : 0921689276 (bound) ; 0921689268 (pbk.)

Harvard, Massachusett

 Organised vengeance, called "justice "by Peter Kropotkin ; The superstition of government by Henry Glasse. London : "Freedom" Office (Series : "Freedom" library), 1902. 14 p. ; 19 cm.

Harvard, Massachusett Organised vengeance called "justice". London : Freedom press, 1948. 12 p. ; 14 cm CIRA-Lausanne

 The place of Anarchism in Socialistic evolution : an address delivered in Paris. Translated by Henry Glasse. London : International pub. co., 1886. [7 p. 18 cm.]

Harvard, Massachusett translated by Henry Glasse. New ed., enl. London : W. Reeves, 1890. 16 p. ; 18 cm. Translation of L’Anarchie dans l’évolution socialiste. Harvard, Massachusett Melbourne : Ravachol, 1974. 20 p. : portr. ; 21 cm CIRA-Lausanne

 Revolutionary government : translated from "Le Révolté" and reprinted from "The Commonweal.". London (40 Berner Street, Commercial Road, E.) : The Socialist League, 1892. 15, [1] p. ; 18 cm.

At head of title : The Socialist League. Harvard, Massachusett Revolutionary government / Peter Kropotkin. London : Freedom Press, 1941. 32 p. ; 18 cm

 Kropotkin’s Revolutionary Pamphlets : a Collection of Writings ; introd. by Roger N. Baldwin. New-York : Vanguard Press, 1927. 307 p. ; 18 cm

CIRA-Lausanne New-York : Benjamin Blom, 1968. 307 p. ; 18 cm CIRA-Lausanne New-York : Dover, 1970. 307 p. ; 18 cm CIRA-Lausanne

 Selections. Kropotkin : selections from his writings Edited with an introduction by Herbert Read. London : Freedom press, 1942. 150 p. 21 cm.

"Selected bibliography of Kroptkin works" : p. 147-150. CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

 Socialism and politics. London : "Freedom" Office (Series : Freedom pamphlets ; no. 14), 1903. 15 p. ; 18 cm.
 The state, its historic role. London : Freedom Press (Series : Freedom pamphlets), 1920 (5th ed.). 42 p. ; 18 cm.

Translation of L’État, son rôle historique. "A lecture which should have been delivered in Paris, on March 7, 1896, in the Mille-Colonnes Hall." Harvard, Massachusett Albuquerque, N.M. : A.A. Hennacy, 1943. [12] p. ; 14 cm. Harvard, Massachusett introd. by G. W[oodcock]. London : Freedom Press, 1943. 44 p. ; 21 cm translator’s note by Vernon Richards. London : Freedom Press, 1969. 56 p. ; 21 cm CIRA-Lausanne translated from the French by Vernon Richards. London : Freedom Press, 1987. 60 p. ; 21 cm

CIRA-Lausanne

 The terror in Russia ; : an appeal to the British nation / by Prince Kropotkin. Issued by the Parliamentary Russian committee.. 2d ed. London : Methuen, 1909. iv, 74, [2] p. ; 19 cm. Bibliographical references.

Harvard, Massachusett London : Methuen & Co, [s.d.]. 74 p. , 19 cm CIRA-Lausanne

 The wage system ; postscript by G. W[oodcock]. London : Freedom Press, (s.d.). 16 p. ; 21 cm.

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 War ! London, [n.d.] 4th ed. Pamphlet.

CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

 War !. Translated from the "Paroles d’un révolté." London : International Publishing Co., 1886. 8 p.

Harvard, Massachusett

 Wars and capitalism. London : Freedom press (Freedom pamphlets), 1914. 20 p. 18 cm.

Freedom pamphlets CIRA-Lausanne - Harvard, Massachusett

 Words of a rebel ; translated [with an introduction] by George Woodcock. Montréal ; Cheektowaga, New York : Black Rose Books (Series : The Collected works of Peter Kropotkin, ISSN 1188-5807 ; v. 7), 1992. 229 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN : 1895431050

"A publication of the Institute of Policy Alternatives of Montréal". Bibliographical references (p. 223-229). Harvard, Massachusett

Contribution de : CREAGH Ronald Dernières modifications : 17 février 2007