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Message of the Comintern (SH)

First International

-150 Years-

[1864 - 2014]

 

 

 

PICTURES OF THE

 

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The General Council of the First International

Minutes

1871 - 1872

 

 

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Documents of the International Workingmen's Association

Volume 20, 21, 22, 23 of the Complete Works of Marx and Engels

 

 

 

 

Volume 20

part 1

part 2

 

(M/E) 1864-68, including Value, Prices and Profit.

 

Volume 21

part 1

part 2

 

(M/E) 1867-70, re International Workingmen's Association.

Volume 21 (html)

 

 

Volume 22

part 1

part 2

 

(M/E) 1870-71, re Fanco-Prussian War.

 

Volume 23

part 1

part 2

 

(M/E) 1871-74, re International, Bakunin, Housing Question.

 

single Documents:

 

1864

 

 

 

Karl Marx

Inaugural Address

October 21 - 27, 1864

 

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The International Workingmen’s Association, 1864

Karl Marx

General Rules, October 1864

 

 

 

Resolution On Terms of Admission of Workers' Organisations to the International

Adopted by the Central Council on November 22, 1864;
First published: in The Bee-Hive Newspaper; No. 163, November 26, 1864

 

I

That organised bodies of working men be invited to join this Association in their co-operative capacity, the amount of their contributions to be left to their means and discretion.

II

That societies Joining this Association shall have the power to elect a representative to sit on the Central Council, the Council reserving to itself the power to accept or reject such delegates.

 

 

Resolutions on the Composition of the Provisional Central Council

Adopted by the Central Council on November 8 and 29, 1864 and January 24, 1865

I

That persons residing in any part of England can join the Association, but that no member can be elected upon the General Committee who is unable to attend its meetings, and assist in its deliberations.

II

That no one be elected on the Central Council who has not previously paid his annual subscription as a member of this Association.

III

That nominations for the Central Council Shall be made at least a week previous to the election, such election to take place in the absence of the candidate, and that the person to be elected shall before his nomination have taken a card of membership.

 

Karl Marx

The International Workingmen's Association, 1864

Letter to Engels
Marx Joins the International

In Manchester

MECW Volume 42, p. 11

 

 

 

 

 

To the Editor of the Stuttgart Beobachter

28th November 1864

 

 

 

Draft for a Speech by Karl Marx on
France’s Historical Attitude to Poland

(Polemics against Peter Fox)

December 1864

 

 

 

 

 

 

1865

 

Karl Marx

The International Workingmen's Association

Letter to J B Schweizer
“On Proudhon”

January 24, 1865

 

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Address of the International Working Men's Association to Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America

letter written by Karl Marx

1865

 

 

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Frederick Engels

The International Workingmen's Association

The Prussian Military Question and the German Workers' Party

 

 

 

 

1866

 

Karl Marx

 

The International Workingmen's Association, 1866

Instructions for the Delegates of the Provisional General Council
The Different Questions

 

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Frederick Engels

The International Workingmen’s Association, 1866

What have the working classes to do with Poland?

 

 

 

 

1867

 

The International Workingmen's Association, 1867

Third Annual Report of The International Workingmen’s Association

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1867

Karl Marx

On the Fenian Prisoners in Manchester

 

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KARL MARX

Notes for an Undelivered Speech on Ireland

 

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KARL MARX

Outline of a Report on the Irish Question to the Communist Educational Association of German Workers in London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1868

The International Workingmen's Association, 1867

Karl Marx

The Position of The International On Prussian Protectionist Tariffs

Karl Marx between May 5 and 12, 1868;
in The Bee-Hive Newspaper, May 16, 1868.

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1867

Karl Marx

The Minute Book of the General Council
February 1868

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Karl Marx

Resolution of the General Council on Félix Pyatt’s Provocative Behaviour 

Adopted: by the General Council on July 7, 1868;
First published: in French in La Liberté, July 12, 1868.

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Karl Marx

Declaration of the General Council concerning the British Government’s Attitude Towards Tsarist Russia 

Adopted: by the General Council on July 14, 1868;
First published: in The Bee-Hive, July 18, 1868.

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Karl Marx

Draft Resolution on the Consequences of using Machinery under Capitalism Proposed by the General Council to the Brussels Congress 

Adopted: by the General Council on August 11, 1868;
First published: in French in a special supplement to Le Peuple Belge, September 11, 1868.

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Karl Marx

To the President and Executive Committee of the General Association of German Workers

London, August 18, 1868

First published: in Der Social-Demokrat, August 28, 1868.

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Karl Marx

Draft Resolution on the Reduction of the Working Day Proposed by the General Council to the Brussels Congress

Adopted: by the General Council on August 25, 1868;
First published: in The Bee-Hive, August 29, 1868.

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Karl Marx

The Fourth Annual Report of the General Council
Adopted by the General Council on September 1, 1868

The General Council of the First International 1866-1868. Minutes; Progress Publishers, Moscow, for the Centenary of the First International in 1964, pp. 324-340

 

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Frederick Engels

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

To the Directorate of The Schiller Institute

 

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Frederick Engels

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

On the Dissolution of the Lassallean Workers' Association

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Connections between the International Working Men’s Association and English Working Men’s Organisations

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

How Mr. Gladstone’s Bank Letter of 1866 Procured a Loan of Six Millions for Russia

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Preamble to the Resolutions of the Geneva (1866) and Brussels (1868) Congresses of the International

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

Statement to the German Workers’ Educational Society in London

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1868

The International Workingmen's Association and
the International Alliance of Socialist Democracy

 

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KARL MARX

The First International Working Men's Association -1868

Marx's Marginal Notes on the Program and Rules of Bakunin's International Alliance of Socialist Democracy

 

 

 

 

1869

 

 

KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1869

Resumé of the Meetings of the General Council

 

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Frederick Engels

The International Workingmen's Association, 1869

Report on the Miners’ Guilds in the Coalfields of Saxony

 

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The International Workingmen's Association, 1869

Karl Marx

Letter of the General Council to the Alliance of Socialist Democracy

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1869

The Belgian Massacres

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1869

Address to the National Labor Union of the United States

 

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KARL MARX

The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte

Preface to the Second Edition (1869)

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association - 1869

Report of the General Council
The right of inheritance

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association - 1869

Report of the General Council
to the Fourth Annual Congress, Basle September 1869

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association - 1869

Draft Resolution of the General Council on the Policy of the British Government towards the Irish Prisoners

 

 

 

 

1870

 

KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association - 1870

The General Council to the
Federal Council of French Switzerland

 

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Karl Marx

L’Internationale 1870

The English Government and
the Fenian Prisoners

 

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The Paris Commune 1870

French Letter

To the German People

To the Social Democracy of the German Nation

 

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Karl Marx

International Workingmens Association 1870

The General Council of the International Working Men’s Association To Committee Members of the Russian Section in Geneva

 

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Karl Marx

The International Workingmen’s Association, 1870

Confidential Communication

on Bakunin

 

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KARL MARX

The International Workingmen's Association, 1870

Program for the 5th Congress
July 14, 1870

 

 

 

1871

 

The International Workingmen's Association, 1871

 

Karl Marx and Frederick Engels


RESOLUTIONS OF THE CONFERENCE OF DELEGATES OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION ASSEMBLED AT LONDON FROM 17TH TO 23RD SEPTEMBER 1871

 

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International Working mens Association

General Rules

October 1871

 

 

 

 

1872

 

 

 

 

Karl Marx

 

International Working mens Association

Resolutions of the Meeting held to celebrate the Anniversary of the Paris Commune

1872

 

 

1873

 

 

 

1874

 

 

1875

 

 

1876

 

 

1877

 

 

1878

 

Frederick Engels

1878

To the Working Men of Europe in 1877

 

Karl Marx

Mr. George Howell’s History of the International Working-Men’s Association

1878

 

 

 

 

Founding of the First International

1935 - Moscow

 

 

 

Joseph Weydemeyer

Pioneer Of American Socialism

1947

 

 

 

First International

The International Workingmen’s Association

1864 - 1876