Erich Muhsam was one of Germany's most renowned and influential anarchists who authored several political essays, articles, and poems. He spent his last 16 months in detention and died in the Oranienburg Concentration Camp in July 1934. Gabriel Kuhn is an author and translator whose previous works include Life Under the Jolly Roger: Reflections on Golden Age Piracy.
"We need new ideas. How about studying the ideal for which Erich
Muhsam lived, worked, and died?" --Augustin Souchy, author,
Beware Anarchist: a Life for Freedom
"The struggles of the German working class in the early 20th century are perhaps some of the most bitter and misunderstood in European history, and it is time they were paid more attention. This book is the right place to start." --Richard Parry, author, The Bonnot Gang