Archives and collection relating to anarchism

Anarchism first appeard at the Palais Mondial - Mundaneum between the wars in the form of certain collaborators of the Mundaneum who were sympathetic to the idea. Georges Lorphèvre, the secretary and spiritual son of Paul Otlet, and Hem Day (Marcel Dieu) were its principal representatives. Their work in the institution led them to preserve documents on this theme. Later, Walter Théodore Glineur, Jean Van Lierde and Léo Campion added to the anarchist collection at the Mundaneum. All of these contributions have led to the creation of an important original collection: