Person    | Male  Born 14/12/1853  Died 22/7/1932

Errico Malatesta

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: Italy

Errico Malatesta

Anarchist. Born Italy. Spent many years in exile in various countries. From 1881 he was often in London. In 1910 he had an electrical workshop  at 15 Duncan Terrace, from which he provided cutting equipment that was used in the Houndsditch robbery. Returned to Italy after WW1 and died in Rome.

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