Universelles Leben ("Universal Life") is a German sect based in Würzburg, Germany founded in 1984. The group promotse vegetarianism and markets different vegetarian and vegan products. For years Universelles Leben tried to establish itself in the German animal rights movement.
Internal Austrian documents of policer informer "Danielle Durand" during the Austrian §278a trial, a "Trial against the Animal Liberation Movement and its Background" which "represents a further stage of repression against political activists in Austria."
Tierrechts-Aktion-Nord (TAN) was founded in 1987 as Tierschutz Aktiv Nord (TAN) and is the longest existing animal rights group in Germany.
German sociological paper on speciecism and its connection with existing power structures by Susann Witt-Stahl of Tierrechts-Aktion-Nord. Tierrechts-Aktion-Nord (TAN) was founded in 1987 as Tierschutz Aktiv Nord (TAN) and is the longest existing animal rights group in Germany.
German call to action to participate in the international worker's day demonstration on May 1st.
Article published in Underground #07 about the 1997 raid by the Animal Liberation Front of the University of Arizona.
Classified internal document of the German Bundeskriminalamt (German Federal Criminal Police Office) from 2008 about methods and the state of (state) surveillance and investigation.
The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) was "introduced [in 2006] in response to a growing threat commonly referred to as ecoterrorism" to criminalize animal rights activist and protect animal exploitation industries in the USA.
Palanqueta was a German animal liberation magazine published in 2004.
Underground was an American animal liberation magazine published by the North American Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group (NAALFSG) from 1994 to 2002.