The Biographical Archives of the Workers' Movement (ABMO) was set up in 2012, thanks to two Genova think tanks, the Istituto "Sergio Motosi" per lo Studio del Movimento Operaio Internazionale and the Istituto di Studi sul Capitalismo. Its realisation is both a final destination and the re-launching of a by now decade-long work that, in view of the results so far obtained, required an appropriate tool to realise the entire original project in the best possible way. This project is designed to present the Biographical Archives of the Italian Workers' movement in such a way that the historian, the scholar and the militant can find not only one hundred well-known leaders, but also the thousands of minor and often unknown figures who have contributed to the overall history of the working class. Besides continuing our historical-prosopgraphic analysis of the various political currents of the workers' movement, the intention and immediate aim of ABMO is to make all of its current biographies available on the Internet. The biographical profiles appended to the first four volumes of the series, Individual and Collective Biographies of the Italian Workers' Movement (Biografie individuali e collettive del movimento operaio italiano) published by "Edizioni Pantarei" (Milan) from 2006 on, will therefore be available online. These digital Biographical Archives, in addition to other volumes currently in progress, will, when the series is complete, provide tens of thousands of biographical profiles.

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