Arthur Moyse

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Arthur Moyse (1914–2003) was an Anglo-Irish anarchist, artist and writer.


In his youth he was actively involved in political activity including the battle of Cable Street in 1936. He also saw active service in World War Two, including the airborne landings at Arnhem in 1944, but he was court-martialled twice for insubordination.[1]


  • Fragments of Notes for an Autobiography
  • Golden Convolvulus
  • The Mask of Anarchy (Illustrations from Arthur Moyse)
  • More in Sorrow: Six Short Stories
  • Surrealism and Revolution (with Jim Duke)

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  1. ^ Peers, David (13 March 2003). "Obituary: Arthur Moyse". The Guardian. Retrieved 29 May 2013.

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