Karl Marx and Frederick Engels Collected Works

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Karl Marx and Frederick Engels – Moscow

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Karl Marx and Frederick Engels Collected Works

Available below is the most comprehensive collection of the writings of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels in the English language.

Volume 1 – Marx 1835-1843

Contains the very early articles and letters of Marx between 1835 and 1843.

Volume 2 – Engels 1838-1842

Contains works and letters by Engels for the period 1838-1842.

Volume 3 – Marx and Engels 1843-1844

Covers the period between the spring of 1843 and August 1844.

Volume 4 – Marx and Engels 1844-1845

Includes The Holy Family by Marx and Engels and The Condition of the Working Class 1844 by Engels.

Volume 5 – Marx and Engels 1845-1847

Contains The German Ideology by Marx and Engels and the Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58.

Volume 6 – Marx and Engels 1845-1848

Contains works written on the eve of the revolutions of 1848-49 in Europe including Marx’s Poverty of Philosophy and the Manifesto of the Communist Party.

Volume 7 – Marx and Engels 1848

Contains the works Marx and Engels written between March and November 1848.

Volume 8 – Marx and Engels 1848-1849

Contains the writings of Marx and Engels from November 8, 1848 to March 5, 1849. 

Volume 9 – Marx and Engels 1849

Containing the writings of Marx and Engels during the revolutions of 1848-49.

Volume 10 – Marx and Engels 1849-1851

Covers the period between the autumn of 1849 and the summer of 1851 and includes The Class Struggles in France, 1848 to 1850 by Marx and The Peasant War in Germany by Engels.

Volume 11 – Marx and Engels 1851-1853

Contains the works of Marx and Engels from August 1851 to March 1853 including The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte by Marx and Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Germany by Engels.

Volume 12 – Marx and Engels 1853-1854

Contains articles and reports, written between March 1853 and February 1854, published in New York Daily Tribune, The People’s Paper and other newspapers.

Volume 13 – Marx and Engels 1854-1855

Contains articles written by Marx and Engels between February 1854 and February 1855.

Volume 14 – Marx and Engels 1855-1856

Contains articles and reports written by Marx and Engels between February 1855 and April 1856 and published in the New York Daily Tribune, the Neue Oder-Zeitung and other European and American newspapers.

Volume 15 – Marx and Engels 1856-1858

Contains the works of Marx and Engels written between May 1856 and September 1858.

Volume 16 – Marx and Engels 1858-1860

Contains the works of Marx and Engels from August 1858 to February 1860.

Volume 17 – Marx and Engels 1859-1860

Covers the period from October 1859 to December 1860.

Volume 18 – Marx and Engels 1857-1862

Contains articles written by Marx and Engels for The New American Cyclopaedia between July 1857 and November 1860.

Volume 19 – Marx and Engels 1861-1864

Contains articles and documents written by Marx and Engels between January 1861 and June 1864.

Volume 20 – Marx and Engels 1864-1868

Contains documents, reports, pamphlets, articles, statements and records of speeches from the foundation and early years of the International Working Men’s Association.

Volume 21 – Marx and Engels 1867-1870

Contains works by Marx and Engels written between November 1867 and July 1870 including material from the International Working Men’s Association – documents, reports, pamphlets, articles, statements, records of speeches.

Volume 22 – Marx and Engels 1870-1871

Contains works and articles by Marx and Engels written between July 1870 and October 1871. Includes The Civil War in France, Marx’s analysis of the events surrounding the Paris Commune.

Volume 23 – Marx and Engels 1871-1874

Contains pamphlets, articles, documents of the International Working Men’s Association and other works by Marx and Engels written between October 1871 and July 1874, including the important Preface to the German edition of the Communist Manifesto (1872).

Volume 24 – Marx and Engels 1874-1883

Contains works of Marx and Engels from May 1874 to May 1883.

Volume 25 – Engels

Contains Anti- Duhring and Dialectics of Nature

Volume 26 – Engels 1882-1889

Contains works by Engels written between August 1882 and December 1889.  They include The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State, Ludwig Feuerbach and the End of Classical German Philosophy and the unfinished work The Role of Force in History.

Volume 27 – Engels 1890-1895

Contains the writings of Engels from the beginning of 1890 up to his death in 1895.

Volume 28 – Marx 1857-1861

Contains Marx’s Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58 (the first rough draft of Capital)

Volume 29 – Marx 1857-1861

Contains the continuation of Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy, A contribution to the Critique of Political Economy: Part One.

Volume 30 – Marx 1861-1863

Contains the beginning of the Economic Manuscripts of 1861-63, Transformations of Money into Capital, Absolute Surplus Value and the beginnings of Theories of Surplus Value.

Volume 31 – Marx 1861-1863

Contains the continuation of Marx’s Economic Manuscript of 1861-63, Theories of Surplus Value.

Volume 32 – Marx 1861-1863

Contains the continuation of Marx’s Economic Manuscript of 1861-63, Theories of Surplus Value.

Volume 33 – Marx 1861-1863

Contains the continuation of Marx’s Economic Manuscript of 1861-63.

Volume 34 – Marx 1861-1863

Contains the conclusion of the Economic Manuscript of 1861-63, Chapter Six. Results of the Direct Production Process,

Volume 35 – Marx

Capital, Volume 1.

Volume 36 – Marx

Capital, Volume 2.

Volume 37 – Marx

Capital, Volume 3.

Volume 38 – Marx and Engels 1844-1851

Contains letters from October 1844 to December 1851.

Volume 39 – Marx and Engels 1852-1855

Contains the letters of Marx and Engels to each other and third parties from 1852 to 1855.

Volume 40 – Marx and Engels 1856-1859

Contains the letters of Marx and Engels from 1856 to 1859.

Volume 41 – Marx and Engels 1860-1864

Contains letters of Marx and Engels from January 1860 to September 1864.

Volume 42 – Marx and Engels 1864-1868

Contains the letters of Marx and Engels to each other and third parties from October 1864 to March 1868.

Volume 43 – Marx and Engels 1968-1870

Contains letters of Marx and Engels to each other and to third parties from April 1868 to July 1870.

Volume 44 – Marx and Engels 1870-1873

Contains the letters of Marx and Engels from July 1870 to December 1873.

Volume 45 – Marx and Engels 1874-1879

Contains letters of Marx and Engels to each other and to third parties from January 1874 to December 1879.

Volume 46 – Marx and Engels 1880-1883

Contains the letters of Marx and Engels to each other and others from January 1880 to March 1883

Volume 47 – Engels – 1883-1889

Contains Engels’ letters from April 1883 to December 1886.

Volume 48 – Engels 1887-1890

Contains Engels’ letters from January 1887 to July 1890.

Volume 49 – Engels 1890-1892

Contains Engels’ letters from August 1890 to September 1892 especially those involved with the formation of the Second International.

Volume 50 – Engels 1892-1895

Contains the last of Frederick Engels’ letters from October 1892 to July 1895.

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JV Stalin pamphlets, compilations, articles, correspondence and commentaries

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JV Stalin pamphlets, compilations, articles, correspondence and commentaries

A more comprehensive collection of the writings of Comrade Stalin can be found at JV Stalin – Collected Works and more about his life at JV Stalin – Biographies, Reminiscences and Appraisals.

An Interview with the German Author Emil Ludwig, December 13, 1931, (Moscow, 1932), 22 pages.

Marxism vs. Liberalism, an interview by H.G. Wells, July 23, 1934. (NY, New Century Publishers, September 1945), 28 pages.

Marxism and the National Question, (Moscow, FLPH, 1945), 80 pages.

War Speeches – Orders of the Day and Answers to Foreign Press Correspondents during the Great Patriotic War, July 3rd, 1941 – June 22nd 1945, (London, Hutchinson, 1945), 140 pages.

On the Draft Constitution of the USSR – Constitution (Fundamental Law) of the USSR, (Moscow, FLPH, 1945), 86 pages.

On the Draft Constitution of the USSR – Constitutional (Fundamental Law) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, (Moscow, FLPH, 1950), 130 pages.

On China: Writings from November 1926 to August 1927, (Bombay, Feb. 1951), 114 pages.

Report to the Eighteenth Congress of the C.P.S.U.(B.) on the Work of the Central Committee, March 10, 1939. (Moscow, FLPH, 1951), 108 pages.

Dialectical and Historical Materialism, (Moscow, FLPH, 1951), 56 pages.

Speech at the 19th Party Congress, October 14, 1952, (Moscow, FLPH, 1952), 20 pages. One of the last public speeches and appearances before his death in March 1953.

Anarchism or Socialism?, (NY, International, 1953), 64 pages.

Prospects of the Revolution in China, writings from 1926-27, (Moscow, FLPH, 1955), 100 pages.

Correspondence between the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the Presidents of the USA and the Prime Ministers of Great Britain the Great Patriotic War of 1941 – 1945, Volume 1, Correspondence with Winston S Churchill and Clement R Atlee, (July 1941 – November 1945), (Moscow, Progress, 1957), 403 pages.

Correspondence between the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the Presidents of the USA and the Prime Ministers of Great Britain the Great Patriotic War of 1941 – 1945, Volume 2, Correspondence with Franklin D Roosevelt and Harry S Truman, (August 1941 – December 1945), (Moscow, Progress, 1957), 291 pages.

On Stalin’s ‘Economic Problems’ – Part 1, (Dublin, ICO, 1969), 40 pages. Irish Communist Organisation Pamphlet.

Marxism and Market Socialism – On Stalin’s ‘Economic Problems’ – Part 2, (Dublin, ICO, 1969), 92 pages. Irish Communist Organisation Pamphlet No 16.

Notes and corrections to Marxism and Market Socialism.

Dialectical and Historical Materialism, (Dublin, Irish Communist Organisation, 1970), 44 pages.

On Lenin, (Dublin, ICO, 1970), 28 pages. 4 articles. The organiser and leader of the Russian Communist Party (On the Fiftieth Anniversary of Lenin’s Birth). Sketches (Comrade Lenin’s Convalescence). On the Death of Lenin (Speech delivered at the Second Congress of Soviets of the USSR, 26th January, 1924). On Lenin (Speech delivered at a Memorial Evening of Kremlin Military Students, 28th January, 1924). Irish Communist Organisation.

On an Article by Engels, (Dublin, ICO, 1971), 23 pages.

On the Personality Cult, (Dublin, ICO, 1971), 12 pages.

Marxism and Problems of Linguistics, (Peking, FLP, 1972), 55 pages.

Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR, (Peking, FLP, 1972), 101 pages.

On Organization, (Calcutta, New Book Centre, 1974), 56 pages. 4 articles. On problems of Organisational Leadership; Cadres decide everything; Selection, promotion and Allocation of Cadres; On Practical Work. Plus 2 Appendices, one by LM Kaganovich and one by G Dimitrov.

The Foundations of Leninism, (Peking, FLP, 1975), 128 pages. Lectures delivered at the Sverdlov University.

Principles of Party Organization, (Calcutta, Mass Publications, 1975), 47 pages. Thesis on the Organization and Structure of Communist Parties, adopted at the Third Congress of the Communist International in 1921. It was on this basis of this thesis that JV Stalin based his lectures reproduced in ‘The Foundations of Leninism’.

Stalin’s Speeches on the American Communist Party, (San Francisco, Proletarian Publishers, 1975), 39 pages. 3 articles. Speech delivered in the American Commission of the Presidium of the ECCI (May 6, 1929). Speech delivered in the Presidium of the ECCI on the American Question (May 14, 1929). Second Speech delivered at the Presidium of the ECCI on the American Question (May 14, 1929).

On October Revolution, (Calcutta, Mass Publications, 1976), 107 pages.

Lenin, (Peking, FLP, 1977), 56 pages.

Mastering Bolshevism, Speech to the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, March 3, 1937. 19 pages.

The Stalin Question, (Calcutta, Kathashilpa, 1979), 400 pages. An Anthology on the question of Stalin. Edited by Banbehari Chakrabarty. ‘Brings together most of the relevant materials – adequately prefaced and annotated – highlighting the basic aspects of the question as reflected in the writings of Lenin, Mao, Khrushchev, Voroshilov, Zhukov, Togliatti, Tito, Garaudy, Hoxha, Trotsky and Stalin.’

My Dear Mr Stalin – the complete correspondence between Franklin D Roosevelt and Joseph V Stalin, ( New Haven, Yale, 2005), 382 pages.

Compilations from the works of JV Stalin with other great Marxists

Strategy and Tactics of the Proletarian Revolution, (N.Y., International, 1936), 95 pages. Consists of a series of brief extracts mostly from the works of Lenin, Stalin and from some reports of the Comintern.

The Dictatorship of the Proletariat, articles and extracts from the works of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin, compiled and arranged by V. Bystryansky and M. Mishin, ‘Readings in Leninism’ series, (NY: International, 1936), 132 pages.

Lenin and Stalin on Youth, (London, Lawrence and Wishart, 1940), Little Lenin Library, Volume Twenty One, 48 pages.

Lenin and Stalin on The State, (London, Lawrence and Wishart, 1942), Little Lenin Library, Volume Twenty Three, 48 pages.

Selections from V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin on the National and Colonial Question, (Calcutta, 1970), 244 pages.

Marx, Engels and Lenin: On the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, a collection of quotations, (Peking: FLP, 1975), 52 pages. (Some underlining.) This collection also appeared in Peking Review on February 28, 1975.

In Spanish

El Marxismo y los Problemas de la Linguistica, (Peking, FLP, 1976), 55 pages.

The Death of Stalin

The Death of Stalin – An investigation by ‘Monitor’, (London, Allan Wingate, 1958), 144 pages. This is a strange one. I assume, but am not definite, that this was a publication of the Christian Science Monitor organisation. It’s certainly not a ‘pro-Stalin’ nor pro-Soviet approach towards the death of JV Stalin. However, the conclusion that Stalin was almost certainly murdered is interesting. Or one of the earlier ‘conspiracy theories’?

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Lenin Collected Works – Index of Works and Names

 

 

 

The comprehenisve list of Lenin’s writings and the names of individuals referred to in those works.

 

 

 

 

Lenin Collected Works - Subject Index

Lenin Collected Works – Subject Index

 

 

 

A comprehensive subject index of the Collected Works of VI Lenin

 

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VI Lenin – Collected Works – Volumes 1 – 5

VI Lenin – Collected Works – Volumes 6 – 10

VI Lenin – Collected Works – Volumes 11 – 15

VI Lenin – Collected Works – Volumes 16 – 45

 

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