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V Contents Preface XV K A R L M A R X A N D F R E D E R I C K E N G E L S W O R K S July 1870-October 1871 1. Karl Marx. First Address of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association on the FrancoPrussian War 3 2. Frederick Engels. Notes on the War 9 Notes on the War.—I 11 Notes on the War.—II 15 Notes on the War.—III 19 Notes on the War.—IV 22 The Prussian Victories 27 Notes on the War.—V 32 Notes on the War.—VI 36 Notes on die War.—VII 40 Notes on the War.—VIII 44 Notes on the War.—IX 48 Notes on the War.—X 52 The Crisis of the War 56 Notes on the War.—XI 61 Notes on the War.—XII 67 Notes on the War.—XIII 71 Contents Notes on the War.—XIV 74 Notes on the War.—XV 78 The French Defeats 82 Notes on the War.—XVI 87 Notes on the War.—XVII 91 The Rise and Fall of Armies 95 Notes on the War.—XVIII 100 How to Fight the Prussians 104 Notes on the War.—XIX 108 The Story of the Negotiations 112 Notes on the War.—XX 115 Notes on the War.—XXI 119 The Rationale of the Prussian Army System 123 Notes on the War.—XXII 127 Notes on the War.—XXIII 130 The Fate of Metz 134 Notes on the War.—XXIV 138 Saragossa—Paris 142 Notes on the War.—XXV 146 The Fall of Metz 150 Notes on the War.—XXVI 154 The Emperor's Apologia 157 The Fighting in France 163 Notes on the War.—XXVII 168 Fortified Capitals 172 Notes on the War.—XXVIII 176 The Military Situation in France 180 Notes on the War.—XXIX 185 Notes on the War.—XXX 189 The Chances of the War 193 Prussian Francs-Tireurs 198 Notes on the War.—XXXI 203 Notes on the War.—XXXII 208 The German Position in France 212 Notes on the War.—XXXIII 216 Notes on the War.—XXXIV 221 Notes on the War.—XXXV 226 Notes on the War.—XXXVI 231 Notes on the War.—XXXVII 236 Notes on the War.—XXXVIII Contents VII Notes on the War.—XXXIX 243 Notes on the War.—XL 247 The Military Aspect of Affairs in France 251 Bourbaki's Disaster 255 3. Karl Marx. To the Committee of the Social-Democratic Workers' Party 259 4. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Letter to the Committee of the Social-Democratic Workers' Party 260 5. Karl Marx. Second Address of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association on the FrancoPrussian War 263 6. Karl Marx. Concerning the Arrest of the Members of the Central Committee of the Social-Democratic Workers' Party 271 7. Frederick Engels. To the Sixth Congress of the Belgian Sections of the International Working Men's Association 272 8. Karl Marx. On the Freedom of the Press and Meetings in Germany 274 9. Frederick Engels. To the Spanish Federal Council of the International Working Men's Association 277 10. Frederick Engels. The Aspect of Affairs in Russia 281 11. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. To the Editor of The Times 285 12. Karl Marx. Statement by the General Council to the Editor of The Times and Other Papers 286 13. Karl Marx. To the Editorial Boards of the Volksstaat and the Zukunft 288 14. Karl Marx. To the Editor of De Werker 291 15. Karl Marx. To the Editor of The Times 292 16. Frederick Engels. On the Cigar-Workers' Strike in Antwerp 294 17. Frederick Engels. Outline of an Appeal of the General Council to the Weavers' and Spinners' Trade Unions of Manchester for Assistance to the Spanish Textile Workers' Strike 295 18. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Resolution of the General Council Expelling Henri Louis Tolain from the International Working Men's Association 297 19. Frederick Engels. Once Again "Herr Vogt" 298 20. Karl Marx. The Civil War in France. Address of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association 307 1 311 II 320 III 328 IV 343 Notes 356 VIII Contents I 356 II 357 21. Karl Marx. To the Editor of The Pall Mall Gazette 360 22. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Statement by thé General Council on Jules Favre's Circular 361 23. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Statement...

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ISBN
9781909831322
Related ISBN
9780853154433
MARC Record
OCLC
899267023
Pages
819
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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