Guerilla Warfare , in Revolutionary Spain , Marx 1854 Letter from Marx to Bolte, 23 November 1871 Letter from Engels to Theodore Cuno, 24 January 1872 On Authority , Engels October 1872 Programme of the Blanquist Commune Emigrants , Engels June 1874 Against Proudhon See Philosophy of Poverty , by Proudhon Letter from Marx to Annenkov , 28 December 1846 The Poverty of Philosophy , Marx 1847 On Proudhon , Letter to J B Schweizer, 24 January 1865 Letter to Engels , Marx, 24 March 1870 Letter to Edward Beesly , Marx, 19 October 1870 How Proudhon Solves the Housing Question , Engels 1872 Supplement on Proudhon and the Housing Question , Engels 1872 Preface to The Housing Question , Engels 1887 On the 20th Anniversary of the Paris Commune , Engels 1891 The Conflict with Bakunin See Bakunin Archive Marx and Engels on Anarchism and the Conflict with Bakunin
Critique of the Gotha Programme Karl Marx 1875 Written: April or early May, 1875; Source: Marx/Engels Selected Works, Volume Three, p. 13-30; Publisher: Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1970; First Published: Abridged in the journal Die Neue Zeit , Bd. 1, No. 18, 1890-91; Online Version: mea; marxists.org 1999; Transcribed: Zodiac and Brian Baggins ; HTML Markup: Brian Baggins . Table of Contents: Foreword Marx to Bracke Engels to Bebel Part I Part II Part III Part IV Appendix
Manifesto of the Communist Party Written: Late 1847; First Published: February 1848; Source: Marx/Engels Selected Works, Vol. One, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1969, pp. 98-137; Translated: Samuel Moore in cooperation with Frederick Engels, 1888; Transcription/Markup: Zodiac and Brian Baggins ; Proofed: and corrected against 1888 English Edition by Andy Blunden 2004; Copyleft: Marx/Engels Internet Archive (marxists.org) 1987, 2000. Permission is granted to copy and/or distribute this document under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License .
Marx/Engels Internet Archive Written: July 1870 - May 1871; First Published: 1871; Source: English Edition of 1871; Transcription/Markup: Zodiac & Brian Baggins; Proofed: and corrected by Matthew Carmody 2009. Contents Introduction [The Begining of the Franco-Prussian War] [Prussian Occupation of France] [France Capitulates & the Government of Thiers] [Paris Workers’ Revolution & Thiers’ Reactionary Massacres] [The Paris Commune] [The Fall of Paris] Appendix Engels 1891 Postscript News stories describing some of the last massacres Marx’s Letters to Dr. Kugelmann (April, 1871) Franco-Prussian War Timeline of the Civil War History of Paris Commune by Lissagaray, 1876 Picture Gallery ; [First and Second Drafts] Notes on Publication The Civil War in France in mobi eBook format Communards: The Story of the Paris Commune of 1871, As Told by Those Who Fought for It. Revolutionary France | Letters on France Marx/Engels on France | Marx/Engels Library The Civil War in France
Works of Marx & Engels 1852 Written: December 1851 - March 1852; Source: Chapters 1 & 7 are translated by Saul K. Padover from the German edition of 1869; Chapters 2 through 6 are based on the third edition, prepared by Engels (1885), as translated and published by Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1937; First Published: First issue of Die Revolution , 1852, New York; Online Version: Marx/Engels Internet Archive (marxists.org) 1995, 1999; Transcription/Markup: Zodiac and Brian Baggins Proofed: and corrected by Alek Blain, 2006, Mark Harris, 2010. On December 2 1851, followers of President Louis Bonaparte (Napoleon's nephew) broke up the Legislative Assembly and established a dictatorship. 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte. Marx 1852