Revolutionary government formed in Paris in 1871.
Appeared under a pseudonym in the 18 March 1946 issue of Labor Action, newspaper of the Workers Party of the United States.
John M. Roberts reviews the book by Robert Tombs in the February 2001 issue. Requires a subscription or payment to view.
Background information as well as a guide to documents held by the British Library.
History of the first workers government ever created. Timeline of events, image gallery, overview of how the Commune operated and works on the Paris Commune by Karl Marx, Jenny Marx and Henri Lissagaray.
Article published in Metropole Paris.
February 1921 article by Leon Trotsky.
Article from the Catholic Encyclopedia on the priests who were killed in Paris in May 1871.
The McCormick Library collection of 1200 pictures and numerous documents related to the Prussian siege and the civic unrest of 1870-1.
Contemporary article written by a journalist who was in Paris during the uprising.
March 1998 article from La Forge, organ of the Communist Party of the Workers of France.
Contemporary articles and documents, analysis, bibliography and images from the Commune.
Anarchist critique of Marxist views on the Paris Commune.
Anarchist essay and critique of Karl Marx's views on the Paris Commune.
Article from the Workers Solidarity Movement.
Situationist theses on the Paris Commune of 1871
Article on the revolutionary government formed in Paris in 1871.
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