Braunschweig: W. Bracke, Jr., 1877. Hardcover. 8vo. 398pp. Brown cloth with gold lettering on spine. Some parts along spine split on front-and back board. Corners bumped and worn. Scuffing and some staining to boards. Sporadic foxing to few pages. German translation of: Histoire de la Commune de 1871.Text in Gothic. Overall good condition. g. Item #17042
The "Paris Commune" (French: La Commune de Paris) was a government that briefly ruled Paris from 18 March (more formally from 26 March) to 28 May 1871. It has been described as either Anarchist or Socialist Karl Marx described it as a vindication of his Communist ideas.