Ōsugi Sakae

Ōsugi (c.1920) was a radical Japanese anarchist. He published numerous anarchist periodicals, helped translate western anarchist essays into Japanese for the first time, and created Japan's first Esperanto school in 1906. He, Noe Itō, and his nephew were murdered in what became known as the Amakasu incident. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Osugi , Sakae
Published 1948
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Published 1948
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by Osugi , Sakae
Published 1971
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by Osugi , Sakae
Published 1970
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by Osugi , Sakae
Published 1991
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by Osugi , Sakae
Published 1985
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by Osugi , Sakae
Published 1984
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by Osawa , Masamichi
Published 1968
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by Akiyama , Kiyoshi
Published 1968
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by Kotoku , Shusui
Published 1957
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by Grave , Jean
Published 1926
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by Yoshida , Kijû
Published 2008 (1969)
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by Garcia , Víctor
Published 1976
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by Garcia , Víctor
Published 2000
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by Peng , Hsiao-yen
Published 2007
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by Garcia , Víctor
Published 1975
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by Ito Noe
Published 1978
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by Yamaga , Taiji
Published 1975
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Published 1993
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