Published by Socialistische Uitgeverij, Nijmegen, 1973, 51 pages (b/w ill.), 26.7 × 22 cm, DutchPrice: €30 (Out of stock)
Gerd Arntz was a German Modernist artist renowned for his black and white woodcuts. A core member of the Cologne Progressives he was also a council communist. The Cologne Progressives participated in the revolutionary unions AAUD (KAPD) and its offshoot the AAUE in the 1920s. In 1928 Arntz contributed prints to the AAUE paper Die Proletarische Revolution, calling for workers to abandon parliament and form and participate in worker’s councils.