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Enrico Arrigoni


Arrigoni, Enrico. (Brand, Frank); Italian American;

Source: CPC busta 201, Italian, AICVAS, “Frank Brand,” [a.k.a. Enrico Arrigoni] in Paul Avrich, Anarchist Voices: An Oral History of Anarchism in America, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995, 169-173.


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Last Name Arrigoni
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Additional Notes Arrigoni first came to the attention of police authorities in Italy for distributing anarchist leaflets in 1912. In the months before Italy's entry in World War I, he took part in anti-militarist when Italian authorities traced him in New York, he had been to Russia, taken part in the ill-fated Spartakist revolt in Germany--during which he had received a gunshot wound--and participated in Bela Kuhn's short-lived Communist experiment in Hungary.