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Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher

The Deutsch–Französische Jahrbücher (English: German–French Annals) was a journal published in Paris by Karl Marx and Arnold Ruge. This is where Marx had published his On The Jewish Question. It was created as a reaction to the censorship of the Rheinische Zeitung. Only one issue, a double number, appeared in February 1844. The publication was discontinued, because of Marx's differences in principle with the bourgeois radical Ruge and the difficulty of smuggling the periodical into Germany.

See also

References

  • Encyclopedia of Marxism. Retrieved October 2, 2007.

External links

      • ; in: Ralf G. Hoerig & Hajo Schmück: Datenbank des deutschsprachigen Anarchismus - DadA Abteilung: Periodika 1798 - 2001 etc. (in German)

      Texts

      • Marx: "Briefe aus den Deutsch-Französischen Jahrbüchern", Marx-Engels-Werke Bd. 1, pp. 337-346
      • Marx: "pp. 347-377,
      • Marx: "Zur Kritik der Hegelschen Rechtsphilosophie. Einleitung", MEW Bd. 1, pp. 378-391
      • Engels: "Umrisse zu einer Kritik der Nationalökonomie", MEW Bd. 1, S. 499-524
      • Engels: "Die Lage Englands", MEW Bd.1, S. 525-549
      • Hess: Letters from Paris
      • Heine: Panegyric on King Ludwig
      • Marxists Internet Archive (in English)


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