The Civil War in France

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The Civil War in France is a pamphlet written by Karl Marx. It presents a convincing declaration of the General Council of the International, pertaining to the character and...

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The Civil War in France - Karl Marx
pdf | 261 KB | English | Isbn: N.a | Author: Karl Marx | Release Date: 2021-04-10
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The Civil War in France is a pamphlet written by Karl Marx. It presents a convincing declaration of the General Council of the International, pertaining to the character and importance of the struggle of the Communards in the Paris Commune at the time.
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#1 The Civil War in France

The Civil War in France Book Karl Marx
  • Author : Karl Marx
  • Publisher : Good Press
  • Release Date : 2021-04-10
  • Total Pages : 78
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (379)

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The Civil War in France is a pamphlet written by Karl Marx. It presents a convincing declaration of the General Council of the International, pertaining to the character and importance of the struggle of the Communards in the Paris Commune at the time.

#2 Revolution and Imperialism According to Marx

Revolution and Imperialism According to Marx Book Karl Marx
  • Author : Karl Marx
  • Publisher : e-artnow
  • Release Date : 2019-06-03
  • Total Pages : 273
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (162)

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Musaicum Books presents to you a meticulously edited Karl Marx collection. This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Content: Marx's view of history, which came to be called historical materialism, shows the influence of Hegel's claim that one should view history dialectically. Marx believed that he could study history and society scientifically and discern tendencies of history and the resulting outcome of social conflicts. This book brings Marx's view of some of the most significant events which occurred during his life time, including the Crimean War and Paris Commune. Contents: On The King Of Prussia And Social Reform The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon Secret Diplomatic History of The Eighteenth Century The Civil War in France

#3 France and the American Civil War

France and the American Civil War Book Stève Sainlaude
  • Author : Stève Sainlaude
  • Publisher : UNC Press Books
  • Release Date : 2019-02-05
  • Total Pages : 304
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (144)

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France's involvement in the American Civil War was critical to its unfolding, but the details of the European power's role remain little understood. Here, Steve Sainlaude offers the first comprehensive history of French diplomatic engagement with the Union and the Confederate States of America during the conflict. Drawing on archival sources that have been neglected by scholars up to this point, Sainlaude overturns many commonly held assumptions about French relations with the Union and the Confederacy. As Sainlaude demonstrates, no major European power had a deeper stake in the outcome of the conflict than France. Reaching beyond the standard narratives of this history, Sainlaude delves deeply into questions of geopolitical strategy and diplomacy during this critical period in world affairs. The resulting study will help shift the way Americans look at the Civil War and extend their understanding of the conflict in global context.

#4 The French Civil Wars, 1562-1598

The French Civil Wars, 1562-1598 Book R. J. Knecht
  • Author : R. J. Knecht
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2014-07-22
  • Total Pages : 356
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (215)

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The French Wars of Religion tore the country apart for almost fifty years. They were also part of the wider religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants which raged across Europe during the 16th century. This new study, by a major authority on French history, explores the impact of these wars and sets them in their full European context.

#5 Warrior Pursuits

Warrior Pursuits Book Brian Sandberg
  • Author : Brian Sandberg
  • Publisher : JHU Press
  • Release Date : 2010-11-15
  • Total Pages : 424
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (119)

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French historians and scholars of the Reformation and the European Wars of Religion will find Warrior Pursuits engaging and insightful.

#6 The Cause of All Nations

The Cause of All Nations Book Don H. Doyle
  • Author : Don H. Doyle
  • Publisher : Basic Books
  • Release Date : 2014-12-30
  • Total Pages : 400
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (369)

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When Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address in 1863, he had broader aims than simply rallying a war-weary nation. Lincoln realized that the Civil War had taken on a wider significance—that all of Europe and Latin America was watching to see whether the United States, a beleaguered model of democracy, would indeed “perish from the earth.” In The Cause of All Nations, distinguished historian Don H. Doyle explains that the Civil War was viewed abroad as part of a much larger struggle for democracy that spanned the Atlantic Ocean, and had begun with the American and French Revolutions. While battles raged at Bull Run, Antietam, and Gettysburg, a parallel contest took place abroad, both in the marbled courts of power and in the public square. Foreign observers held widely divergent views on the war—from radicals such as Karl Marx and Giuseppe Garibaldi who called on the North to fight for liberty and equality, to aristocratic monarchists, who hoped that the collapse of the Union would strike a death blow against democratic movements on both sides of the Atlantic. Nowhere were these monarchist dreams more ominous than in Mexico, where Napoleon III sought to implement his Grand Design for a Latin Catholic empire that would thwart the spread of Anglo-Saxon democracy and use the Confederacy as a buffer state. Hoping to capitalize on public sympathies abroad, both the Union and the Confederacy sent diplomats and special agents overseas: the South to seek recognition and support, and the North to keep European powers from interfering. Confederate agents appealed to those conservative elements who wanted the South to serve as a bulwark against radical egalitarianism. Lincoln and his Union agents overseas learned to appeal to many foreigners by embracing emancipation and casting the Union as the embattled defender of universal republican ideals, the “last best hope of earth.” A bold account of the international dimensions of America's defining conflict, The Cause of All Nations frames the Civil War as a pivotal moment in a global struggle that would decide the survival of democracy.

#7 Fighters in the Shadows

Fighters in the Shadows Book Robert Gildea
  • Author : Robert Gildea
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release Date : 2015-11-30
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (170)

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Robert Gildea’s penetrating history of France during World War II sweeps aside the French Resistance of a thousand clichés. Gaining a true understanding of the Resistance means recognizing how its image has been carefully curated through a combination of French politics and pride, ever since jubilant crowds celebrated Paris’s liberation in 1944.

#8 The Wreck of Catalonia

The Wreck of Catalonia Book Alan Ryder
  • Author : Alan Ryder
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release Date : 2007-06-28
  • Total Pages : 298
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (131)

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This fascinating account examines the fate which overtook the principality of Catalonia in the fifteenth century, reducing it from dominance within the state of Aragon to a marginal role in the Iberian power created by the union of Aragon and Castile. It begins by studying the tensions destabilising Catalonia: unrest among a peasantry resentful of outdated burdens; merchants and artisans struggling to wrest control of the towns from entrenched oligarchies; an aristocracy devoted to endless feuding; and a monarchy thrown into disarray by the extinction of the Catalan line and its replacement by a Castilian dynasty. In 1462 , Catalonia degenerated into a civil war which lasted ten years. Part two seeks to explain how and why the king, Juan II, emerged victorious. The economic and military resources of the two camps, their tactics, and the lines along which Catalan society divided are examined. Alan Ryder look at the crucial part played by foreign powers in the conflict, who intervened on both sides until Juan turned the tables with his gamble on a Castilian crown for his heir, Fernando. The surrender of the insurgents in 1472 left Catalonia chaotic, devastated, and mired in many more years of war with France as Juan struggled to recover the territories he had rashly surrendered in return for French aid. Catalonia thus lay helpless before the might of Fernando, the Catholic King of Castile, when he became its ruler in 1479. The measures he imposed to restore order and subject the principality to the new 'Spanish' state are the theme of the final chapter.

#9 Why Men Fight (Serapis Classics)

Why Men Fight (Serapis Classics) Book Bertrand Russell
  • Author : Bertrand Russell
  • Publisher : Serapis Classics
  • Release Date : 2017-10-11
  • Total Pages : 101
  • Genre : Philosophy
  • Review : (203)

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Written in response to the devastation of World War I, "Why Men Fight" lays out Bertrand Russell's ideas on war, pacifism, reason, impulse, and personal liberty. Russell argues that when individuals live passionately, they will have no desire for war or killing. Conversely, excessive restraint or reason causes us to live unnaturally and with hostility toward those who are unlike ourselves.