The year 1848 saw a wave of interconnected revolutions and rebellions sweep across Europe.
Articles on how Europe's revolutionary year impacted on Hungary.
Karl Marx on the coup of 1851 which overthrew France's 1848 constitution.
The Paris revolution of February 1848 precipitated a succession of liberal and national revolts against autocratic governments. Revolutionary disturbances pervaded the territories of the Austrian Empire, and Emperor Ferdinand I (1835-48) promised to reorganize the empire on a constitutional, parliamentary basis.
First published: as a leaflet in Paris on March 24 or 25, 1848, in the supplement to the Berliner Zeitungs-Halle, on April 5, 1848, and in a number of other German newspapers; it was repeatedly reprinted during the revolution and after its defeat, in particular as a leaflet in Cologne issued not later than September 10, 1848.
Includes a timeline, historical documents and contemporary articles and accounts from Europe's revolutionary year.
Works, articles and essays written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848, many of which deal with the revolutionary situation.
A 1908 recounting of Schurz' experience of the revolution in Bonn.
Marx and Engels well known work.
Extensive encyclopedia article on the revolutions, their precursors, course and outcome.
Extensive encyclopedia article.
Extensive article examining the factors leading to the revolutions.
Examines the period from the 1820 defeat of Napoleon leading up to the 1848 revolutions.
Short article on the 1830 July Days and 1848 revolution in France.
Extensive article on the revolution and counter-revolution in France.
Article examining the 1848 revolutions in the Hapsburg empire including Austria, Hungary and the Czech lands.
Examination of the revolutions in the area now known as Italy.
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