Red Clydeside: A history of the labour movement in Glasgow 1910-1932
Glasgow Anarchist Group
The Glasgow Anarchist Group was formed by Guy Aldred in 1912, and participated in the anti-war and anti-conscription campaigns of 1914-1918. It became the Glasgow Communist Group in 1920, then after the formation of the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1921, it changed its name again to the Anti-Parliamentary Communist Federation.
||Photograph of Glasgow Anarchist Group meeting taken on 1 January 1915 in the Herald League Rooms in Buchanan Street, Glasgow.
|Portrait photograph of Guy Aldred taken during his first visit to Glasgow in 1912. Although English by birth, Aldred settled in Glasgow and set up the anarchist-communist publishers The Bakunin Press.