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Makhno191818 Jan 2022 2:41 p.m. PST

Hi all I recently completed a little vignette, mostly of spare bit and leftovers, depicting the workers charge on the Atarazanas barracks on July 20, 1936.


On July 20, 1936, the famous anarchist carpenter, organizer, and guerrilla, Francisco Ascaso, died along with five hundred other workers, to put down the nationalist military coup that began in their city the previous day. The Atarazanas, where Ascaso fell, was one of the last military strongholds in Barcelona.

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