To provide a further context for the study of the organization’s growth, we have to look at the ground in which the phenomenon was rooted. Then, its development from the most initial steps to the founding congress (1978) will be looked at in perspective. The materialization of the PKK in terms of organizational establishments in the early 1970s is the main theme of this chapter. The emergence of the party from a group of six housemates in Ankara (the capital city of Turkey) to its foundation congress in a village affiliated to Diyarbakır (regarded as the capital of Kurdistan) is put in perspective in approximately chronological order.