Die Geschichte der „Anderen“ des deutschen Linksterrorismus
De Gruyter Oldenbourg
They all dwelt “in the shadow of the Red Army Faction”: the Revolutionary Cells, the Rote Zora, and the Organization of International Revolutionaries (OIR). Founded in the 1970s, these groups were responsible for hundreds of domestic and foreign terrorist attacks until their collapse two decades later. This study puts the focus for the first time on the “other players” in German left-wing terrorism.