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History Channel remember The Haymarket Riot of 1886 5/4 MayThe4thBeWithYou in a more revolutionary way http://www.history.com/topics/haymarket-riot

History Channel remember The Haymarket Riot of 1886 5/4 MayThe4thBeWithYou in a more revolutionary way http://www.history.com/topics/haymarket-riot

Haymarket Riot, Flyer Calling for a Protest Against the Chicago Police, May 4, 1886 Prints at AllPosters.com

Haymarket Riot, Flyer Calling for a Protest Against the Chicago Police, May 4, 1886

Labor Pamphlet distributed in the immediate aftermath of the Haymarket Riot, Chicago,

Parade banner of Veterans of the Haymarket Riot Chicago (Ill.). Police Dept. Veterans of the Haymarket Riot.  CREATED/PUBLISHED[ca. 1895]

Parade banner of Veterans of the Haymarket Riot Chicago (Ill.). Police Dept. Veterans of the Haymarket Riot. CREATED/PUBLISHED[ca. 1895]

Chicago Haymarket Affair- ...everywhere slogans were heard like  "Eight Hours for Work, Eight Hours for Rest,Eight Hours for What We Will!" or  "Shortening the Hours Increase the Pay". (...)On May 1, 1886,reportedly 80,000 workers marched up Michigan Avenue(...)In Chicago, labor leaders  were rounded up, houses were entered  without search warrants and union newspapers were closed down.

Chicago Haymarket Affair- ...everywhere slogans were heard like "Eight Hours for Work, Eight Hours for Rest,Eight Hours for What We Will!" or "Shortening the Hours Increase the Pay". (...)On May 1, 1886,reportedly 80,000 workers marched up Michigan Avenue(...)In Chicago, labor leaders were rounded up, houses were entered without search warrants and union newspapers were closed down.

November 27   1884 -- US: The black flag (traditional symbol of anarchism) appears in first known display by anarchists in America, at a demonstration in Chicago.

November 27 1884 -- US: The black flag (traditional symbol of anarchism) appears in first known display by anarchists in America, at a demonstration in Chicago.

A German anarchist and labor union activist living in America, George Engel often partook in and organized strikes, raids, and riots. Convicted for having planted bombs at the Haymarket Square Riot in Chicago, he was sent to the gallows. From the platform he shouted:“Hurrah for anarchy! This is the happiest moment of my life.”

George Engel (April 1836 – November was an anarchist and labor union activist executed after the Haymarket riot, along with Albert Parsons, August Spies, and Adolph Fischer.

IAM dans Nouvelle Vague.com le 1er avril 2016 - Page 2

IAM dans Nouvelle Vague.com le 1er avril 2016 - Page 2

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