Gaston Leval

Gaston Leval Gaston Leval (born ''Pierre Robert Piller''; October 20, 1895 – April 8, 1978) was an anarcho-syndicalist, combatant and historian of the Spanish Revolution.

Leval was the son of a French Communard. He escaped to Spain in 1915 to avoid conscription during the First World War. In Spain he joined the anarcho-syndicalist Confederación Nacional del Trabajo trade union. Leval left for Argentina during the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera where he would live from 1923 to 1936. He returned to Spain and became a militant fighter. Additionally, he documented the revolution and the urban and rural anarchist collectives. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1948
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1963
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1959
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1956
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1948
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1949
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1949
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1950 ca
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1949
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1971
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1945
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1976
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1983
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by Leval , Gaston
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1978
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1949 ca
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by Leval , Gaston
Published 1972
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