484 editions were published between 13 April 1905 and 22 July 1914.
L'Anarchie, 3 January 1907
On 21 April 1926 Louis Louvet relaunched L'Anarchie, which appeared until 1929.
L'Anarchie was founded by Albert Libertad in 1905, with the first issue appearing on April 13. Libertad was a more militant anarchist, urging individuals to rebel, instead of the more common idea of a social revolution. L'Anarchie was against Anarcho-syndicalism and the traditional anarchism of Kropotkin or Bakunin, believing in the act of rebelling as individuals rather than the utopian egalitarian society most Anarcho-Syndicalists fight for.
Émile Armand said in an interview that "[Libertad] knew of Stirner and Nietzsche. One was not concerned with a future society always promised and which never came; the economic and social point of view was put to the side. Individualism was a permanent struggle between the individual and their surroundings, the negation of authority, law and exploitation an its corollary, authority."
^ abM. Keith Booker (1 January 2005). Encyclopedia of Literature and Politics: S-Z. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 649. ISBN 978-0-313-33568-6. Retrieved 13 June 2015.
^"Louis Louvet". Ephéméride Anarchiste 7 février (in French). Retrieved 10 July 2015.