Karl Marx Friedrich Engels Gesamtausgabe MEGA

The bourgeoisie has torn away from the family its sentimental veil , and has reduced the family relation to a mere ... is at last compelled to face with sober 25 senses , his real conditions of life , and his relations with his kind .

Karl Marx  Friedrich Engels Gesamtausgabe  MEGA

Text in English, French, and German. some volumes have cover title: Marx/Engels Gesamtausgabe. some volumes published by: Berlin : Akademie Verlag. Statements of responsibility vary, e.g., Herausgegeben vom Institut fèur Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung, Berlin, und vom Institut fèur Marxismus-Leninismus beim Zentralkomitee der Kommunistischen Partei der Sowjetunion; Herausgegeben von der Internationalen Marx-Engels-Stiftung, Amsterdam. Includes reissues of some volumes Errata slip inserted in some volumes Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Encyclopedia of American Biography

He always preferred, however, the companionship of intimate friends and the members of his family ... since the discovery of the great petroleum and natural gas resources, "probably the foremost man in the broad and prolific region of ...

Encyclopedia of American Biography


Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia

Frederick George William Jones (Fred) was born 'upstairs in the front room' on November 15"' 1914 in Cannock, ... In 1948 the family moved to the village of Great Shelford, where Fred ran his two acre garden with agricultural precision, ...

Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia


History of Carrollton Manor Frederick County Maryland

It was at Arcadia General Meade had his headquarters when he superceded General Hooker who at that time had his ... Mr. Clagett also had a large estate near Kemptown, where he lived with his family; he owned a great many slaves.

History of Carrollton Manor  Frederick County  Maryland


New York Theatre Critics Reviews

... the cheerful placidity of his native Norway, where he has his music, his family, his sweetheart and his great friend, ... Ballet Russe Dancers The dances, designed by George Balanchine and executed by Alexandra Danilova, Frederick ...

New York Theatre Critics  Reviews

Consists of theater reviews from various newspapers, magazines, and broadcast stations.

Staten Island and Its People

One of his major individual works comprised the giving of legal advice to seamen. ... He married Magdelena (surname urilonown), also of German birth, and they became parents of five children, in addition to Frederick.

Staten Island and Its People


The Story of the Greatest Nations

This is Frederick William , Elector of Brandenburg , commonly called the Great Elector . ... Another , Frederick , sixth of the name , transferred his family fortunes to northern Germany at the time of the Council of Constance .

The Story of the Greatest Nations


The Garter Family of New York and Michigan

The author , Felix Frederick Garter ( 1883 - 1951 ) , was a great - grandson of Henry Garter ( 1784 - 1860 ) . The author gave few sources , but he did say that his information about Ephraim Garter ' s family was obtained from Mary F ...

The Garter Family of New York and Michigan


Missouri Mother of the West

Judge Duncan is of Scotch ancestry, but seven generations of his family have lived in America. ... William, William, Frederick, Edward Pendleton, Richard Frederick and Albert B. The great-grandfather of Judge Duncan, Frederick Duncan, ...

Missouri  Mother of the West

History of Missouri from before statehood to 1930. Includes many biographical sketches of leading residents.

The New York Times Biographical Service

Although it has meant less time for his family, the labor, he readily concedes, it not without allure. ... Most of the next two years were devoted to the Army ("I rose from the great rank of buck private to specialist 3") and service in ...

The New York Times Biographical Service

A compilation of current biographical information of general interest.

New York Times Book Review and Magazine

“ The Balance , " by Francis R. Bellamy , is a novel with a playwright for its bero , and the other , “ The Great Tab Dope ... Tho author deals with the home life of Jesus and his relations with the members of his family .

New York Times Book Review and Magazine


Florida Historic Dramatic Contemporary

Leaving his grandfather's plantation, Frederick Lykes came to Florida in 185 1 bringing with him his wife, ... Following the Big Freeze of 1894-95, the Doctor moved his family to a new home overlooking Hillsborough Bay on a point just ...

Florida  Historic  Dramatic  Contemporary


Left to the Wolves

Brian's father, Hamilton Frederick Stuart Goold-Verschoyle (1874-1942), was a barrister who gave up the profession because of his weak lungs. The family lived mainly on the receipts from extensive land holdings and foreign investments.

Left to the Wolves

Between the end of the Russian Civil War in 1921 and Stalin's death in 1953, the Soviet secret police sentenced over 4 million persons on political grounds. Over 800,000 were shot and millions died in the slave camps of the Gulag system. At the height of the mass-repression - the Great Terror of 1937/38 - foreigners were in great jeopardy. Knowing that a major war was coming, Iosif Stalin and his cohorts decided to rid Soviet society of all perceived or potential 'enemies'. Among the putative 'Fifth Columnists' were non-Russian ethnic minorities, political refugees from fascism and foreign-born Communists. At least three of these countless victims were of Irish nationality. This book describes their social background, how and why they entered the semi-clandestine world of Communism and the reasons for their residence in the USSR. Patrick Breslin was a graduate of the International Lenin School who turned to journalism and translating. Brian Goold-Verschoyle's visits to Moscow were periodic until his masters in the Soviet espionage service sent him to the Spanish cockpit in 1937. Finally, Se���¡n McAteer was given political refugee status in the new Russia in 1923 after his flight from Scotland Yard. He used his language skills to proselytize sailors for the world revolution or to teach students the rudiments of English in exotic Odessa. Each man in turn knew by time of arrest that the secret police NKVD rarely released or acquitted anybody; and the fabricated charges they were faced with increased their sense of isolation and hopelessness. This realisation was all the more bitter considering the faith they had placed in the Soviet experiment. ����

Charles Dickens His Tragedy and Triumph

He was so strongly convinced that Evans above all was aligned with his detractors that he forbade his family even to ... with those who have been false to it , in the only great need and under the only great wrong it has ever known .

Charles Dickens  His Tragedy and Triumph


California and Californians

Dr. Leo Bigelman is the electronic diagnostician and an expert radio man. Mrs. Francis Mary M. Boon became ... William Frederick Burckhardt came to California in 1880 and in 1887 brought his family out. This was during the great boom in ...

California and Californians


The Historian

4: The ring ceremony at the wedding of the Emperor Frederick II and Isabella, sister of King Henry III of England, ... In this respect, his greatest success was the signing of a treaty with Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain in March 1489, ...

The Historian