Revolucíon: Semanario del pueblo y para el pueblo. 1936
Nos. 1-5, 8 pp. each, comprising a complete run of the anarchist weekly edited by a C.N.T. (Confederación Nacional del Trabajo) union of writers and journalists in Valencia. The five issues (Sept.-Oct. 1936) were published during the period immediately following the Nationalist coup of July of 1936 and focus on the revolutionary political ideology and military actions of the C.N.T. while it assumed a formal role in the Republican coalition government. Many articles authored by collective or signed with initials, identified authors include important anarchist polemicist Juan Gallego Crespo, the pioneering Argentinian cinematographer and anarchist Rodolfo González Pacheco (living in Spain during the Civil War), and journalists Juan Muro and Emilio Mistral. Illustrated throughout with original graphics, including full-page photomontages and political cartoons. Illus. self-wrpps. Tabloid. Valencia: Seccíon de Escritores y Periodistas del Sindicato de la Industria Gráfica, 1936.