The Red Army Fraction (RAF)
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- A Brief History Of The Red Army Fraction
- Arm the Spirit. New Left armed attack on
representatives of German capitalism from Andreas Baader and
Ulrike Meinhoff in the 1970s; decline of direct action in 80s
in Germany and worldwide; difficulty of the RAF adapting to new
circumstances and its effective demise in early 90's.
- 20 Years Since Stammheim
- Arm The Spirit, 18 October 1997. The murder of the RAF
prisoners in Stammheim, and the massive level of state
repression associated with the German Autumn of 1977, had a
great effect upon the revolutionary left in Germany.
- The RAF Is Dead—But The Struggle For
Liberation Is Not!
- Autonome Antifa, July 1998. In March 1998,
the Red Army Fraction (RAF) announced its dissolution. For
28 years, the RAF was an attempt to wage resistance to the
murderous capitalist system and conditions of
We Are Not Political Idiots!: Thoughts
On The End Of The Red Army Fraction (RAF)
- By Rolf Clemens Wagner, Jungle World, 13 May
1998. Yes, we thought, in the configuration of that time,
that we had a chance to start something in the metropoles,
to launch a dialectical process for liberation. But we never
proposed that we, as a small, clandestine group, could
tear down something with armed struggle alone.