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  • International Revolutionary Organisation
    Bakunin Paul Lafargue Ernest Jones William Morris F Adolph Sorge Johann Ph Becker and Wilhelm Liebknecht The Second Socialist International 1889 1915 In 1880 the German Social Democratic Party supported the call of its Belgian comrades to call an international socialist congress in 1881 The little town of Chur was chosen and the Belgian socialists the French Parti Ouvrier the German social democracy and the Swiss social democracy participated in the preparations for the congress which would lead to the founding of the Socialist International Unlike the First the Socialist International was made up of political parties with properly elected leaderships political programs and membership bases in each country The national sections of the International built trade unions contested elections and were deeply involved in the life of the working class in each country The outbreak of the Great War in 1914 and the national and revolutionary crises which the War engendered however threw the International into crisis The Social Democrats met at Zimmerwald in 1915 to try to work out a joint platform of opposition to the slaughter taking place around them The Zimmerald Conference failed to unite all the Social Democrats or end the War but did bring together a Left wing which supported the Russian Revolution and laid the basis for the Third Communist International History Archive The main figures of the international workers movement of this period were Karl Kautsky Rosa Luxemburg Karl Liebknecht G V Plekhanov August Bebel Clara Zetkin Daniel De Leon Franz Mehring and V I Lenin Third Communist International 1919 1943 In the wake of the successful Russian Revolution of 1917 and while the young Soviet republic was still fighting for its life in the Wars of Intervention the Bolsheviks invited revolutionaries from all over the world to come to Moscow to

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  • Marxist History
    Harmony of Sans Culottes and Defenders of the Constitution 1793 Lyon Shall be Destroyed 1793 The Marquis de Sade Petition in Support of Temples to the Cult of Reason 1793 Patriotic Song for the Inauguration of the Busts of Marat and Lepeletier 1793 That Wretched City Must Disappear Letter from Georges Couthon to St Just 1793 Le Chant du Départ 1794 Address of the Brave Sans Culottes to the National Convention November 1792 Decree of the National Convention on the Jacobins 1793 Report On the Incarcerated Saint Just 1793 Le Vieux Cordelier Camille Desmoulins 1793 The Archives of Writers of the French Revolution Jean Meslier 1729 Julien La Mettrie 1748 Jean Jacques Rousseau 1753 1762 Diderot 1760 1769 Holbach 1764 1769 Anacharsis Cloots 1792 3 Joseph Chalier 1792 Jean Paul Marat 1789 93 Jacques Hébert 1790 1793 Antoine Momoro 1756 1794 Jacques Roux 1793 Robespierre 1793 4 Jean François Varlet 1794 Babeuf 1796 Sylvain Maréchal 1790 1799 Albert Mathiez Historian of the French Revolution Archive 1874 1932 History of the Revolution Jaurès 1901 Jaurès Mathiez and the History of the Revolution 1979 See also Revolutionary France Subject Archive Includes analysis of French History and other writings such as philosophy and

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  • History of the Paris Commune
    Commune Documents of the Commune Archives of Communards Contemporary Observers Photos Timeline of Events Encyclopedia To volunteer ask questions or send comments mail Mitchell Abidor Communards The Story of the Paris Commune of 1871 As Told by Those Who Fought

    Original URL path: https://www.marxists.org/history/france/paris-commune/index.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Soviet History
    Revolution Government Constitution Economics Foreign Policy Kronstadt 1921 Propaganda Party Congresses Red Army The Great Terror Culture and Society Photography Writers Music Painting Print Media The Great Patriotic War To volunteer ask questions send comments or suggestions contact Mike B

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  • Documents on the Russian Revolution
    party led Russian workers and peasants to revolution under the slogan of All power to the Soviets On October 25 26 the Second All Russia Congress of Soviets met and created the Soviet Government through the elections of a new Council of People s Commissars and Central Executive Committee The new government resolved to begin construction on a Socialist society but soon encountered extreme obstacles while attempting to come to peace with all warring nations only Germany agreed to peace see the Treaty of Brest Litovsk When World War I ended fresh off the battlefields of the Western Front the Entente powers US UK France Japan etc invaded Russia from all directions assisted by tsarist generals and provisional government politicians A four year Civil War ravaged the country with catastrophic famine and casualties forcing the government to adopt War Communism in order to survive By the end of the war a devastated Russia began to slowly rebuild with such programs as the NEP Timeline of Events Eye Witness Reports Ten Days that Shook the World by John Reed From July to October from My Life by Leon Trotsky The October Days from Krupskaya s Reminiscences of Lenin History of the

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  • Soviet Goverment
    No 1 Soviet Government Declarations 1st week in Power Decree on Peace Decree on Land Decree on Suppression of Hostile Newspapers Declaration of the Rights of the People of Russia Expelling the Opposition within the C C 1918 Soviet Constitution 1918 Foreign Relations 1918 1937 Red Army 1920 1922 Party Congresses 1921 1924 Pravda 1928 Societal Overview Facts Descriptions and Statistics 1937 USSR Population Distribution 1946 The Population of the

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  • Soviet Culture & Society
    MIA History USSR Culture Society Soviet Culture Society Photography Historians Soviet Authors Biblography Music Painting Print Media Soviet Life Magazine Soviet History

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  • History of the Cuban Republic
    Marxist History Cuba 1959 present Archive created by Brian Baggins History Archive

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