Articles by Karl Marx in Neue Oder Zeitung, 1852-54

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In the early 1850's, Karl Marx (and Frederick Engels, though to a lesser extent) wrote a quantity of journalist news summaries for the New-York Daily Tribune, the Neue Oder Zeitung and others. The articles listed here were published in the Neue Oder Zeitung, but not in the New York Tribune



In Retrospect (M) Jan 2/4
The Press and the Military System (M) Jan 6
British disaster in the Crimea (E) Jan 8-9
The Crisis in Trade and Industry (M) Jan 11-25
The Four Points (M) Jan 13-18
Sunday Observance and the Publicans.- Clanricarde (M) Jan 22
Critical Observations on the Siege of Sevastopol (Engels) Jan 23
The Aims of the Negotiations.-Polemic Against Prussia.-A Snow ball Riot (M) Jan 26
The Opening of Parliament (M) Jan 27
Comments on the Cabinet Crisis (M) Jan 29
Parliamentary News (M) Jan 30
From Parliament.-From the Theatre of War (M+E) Feb 1
On the Ministerial Crisis (M) Feb 5
The Defeated Government (M) Feb 7
The Parties and Cliques (M) Feb 8
Two Crises (M) Feb 9
Palmerston. - The Army (M+E) Feb 12
From Parliament. - Gladstone at the Dispatch Box (M) Feb 13
Lord Palmerston (M) Feb 16-19
Herbert's Re-election. - The First Measures of the New Ministry. - News from India (M) Feb 20
Parliament (M) Feb 22
The Coalition between Tories and Radicals (M) Feb 24
Parliamentary and Military Affairs (M+E) Feb 23
On the New Ministerial Crisis (M) Feb 27
Joseph Hume (M) Feb 28
Palmerston (M) Mar 23
The British Constitution (M) Mar 6
Layard (M) Mar 5
The Buying of Commissions. - News from Australia (M) Mar 7
The English Press on the Late Tsar (M) Mar 6-10
On the History of the French Alliance (M) Mar 9
The Committee of Inquiry (M) Mar 10
The Brussels Mémoire (M) Mar 11
Ireland's Revenge (M) Mar 16
Criticism of the French Conduct of the War (M+E) Mar 20
Agitation against Prussia. - A day of Fasting (M) Mar 22
A Meeting (M) Mar 24
Reports from the English Press (M) Mar 23
From Parliament (M) Mar 24
Observations on the History of the French Alliance (M) Mar 27
Napoleon and Barbès.- The Newspaper Stamp (M) Mar 30
The Committee of Inquiry (M) Mar 31
The Situation in the Crimea (Engels) Apr 2
A Scandal in the French Legislature.-Drouyn de Lhuys' Influence. The State of the Militia (M) Apr 7
Germany and Pan-Slavism (Engels) Apr 21-24
On the History of Political Agitation (M) May 10
Pianori. - Dissatisfaction with Austria (M) May 12
The Morning Post versus Prussia.-The Character of the Whigs and Tories (M) May 18
A Sitting of the House of Lords (M) May 19
The Agitation Outside Parliament (M) May 19
Questions of Finance (M) May 22
On the Reform Movement (M) May 24
A Critique of the Crimean Affair.-From Parliament (M) May 26
Prologue at Lord Palmerston's.-Course of the Latest Events in the Crimea (M+E) May 29
Parliamentary Reform.-The Break-off and Continuation of the Vienna Conference.-The So-Called War of Annihilation (M) May 30
Disraeli's Motion (M) May 31
From Parliament (M) Jun 1
A Critique of Palmerston's Latest Speech (M) Jun 4
The Association for Administrative Reform. - People's Charter (M) Jun 8
Parliamentary (M) Jun 9
A Critique of the Events in the Crimea (Engels) Jun 11
The Great Parliamentary Debate (M) Jun 12
Napier's Letters.-Roebuck's Committee (M) Jun 18
The Debate on Layard's Motion- The War in the Crimea (M+E) Jun 19
Prince Albert's Toast.-The Stamp Duty on Newspapers (M) Jun 21
The Local War. - Debate on Administrative Reform. - Report of the Roebuck Committee, etc (M+E) Jun 23
Announcement Concerning the Taking of Sebastopol.-From the Paris Bourse. - On the Massacre at Hango in the House of Lords (M) Jun 25-26
The Mishap of June 18.-Reinforcements (M) Jun 26
Anti-Church Movement.-Demonstration in Hyde Park (M) Jun 28
Miscellaneous Reports (M) Jun 29
Miscellaneous Reports (M) Jul 3
Agitation over the Tightening-up of Sunday Observance (M) Jul 5
From Parliament.-Roebuck's and Bulwer's Motions (M) Jul 14
From the Houses of Parliament.-Bulwer's Motion.- The Irish Question (M) Jul 16
Russell's Resignation.-The Events in the Crimea (M+E) Jul 17
Russell's Dismissal (M) Jul 20
From Parliament (M) Jul 21
From Parliament. - From the Theatre of War (M+E) Jul 23
Palmerston. The Physiology of the Ruling Class of Great Britain (M) Jul 26
Lord John Russell (M) Aug 4-15
General Simpson's Resignation. - From Parliament (M) Aug 6
Commentary on the Parliamentary Proceedings (M) Aug 11
The Military Forces against Russia (M) Aug 14
The Poland Meeting (M) Aug 16
On the Critique of Austrian Policy in the Crimean Campaign (M) Aug 18
The Anglo-French War against Russia (M+E) Aug 20-21
Events at the Theatres of War (M) Aug 25
Napier's Letter (M) Aug 27
The Punishment of the Ranks (M+E) Aug 31
O'Connor's Funeral (M) Sep 15
Events in the Crimea (M+E) Sep 18
The Commercial and Financial Situation (M) Sep 28
The Reports of Generals Simpson, Pelissier and Niel (M+E) Oct 1
A Diplomatic Impropriety (M) Oct 5
The Official Financial Report (M) Oct 6
The Bank of France.-Reinforcements to the Crimea.-The New Field Marshals (M) Oct 8
The Committee at Newcastle-upon-Tyne (M) Oct 11
Big Meeting in Support of Political Refugees (M) Nov 16