[World History Archives]

Resources for the study of
the international working class

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   The history in general of the world's working class

Work in Progress: "Biographical Dictionary of the Comintern"
From Peter Huber, 30 April 1997. Further development of the "Biographical Dictionary of the Comintern."
The Maquiladora Reader
Publication Announcement, 26 July 1999. A new book on grassroots labor activism in the global economic arena. Subtitled "Cross-Border Organizing Since NAFTA," this compilation documents how workers and their allies are reaching across the border to search for new answers to the challenges of globalization.
30th anniversary of the library of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation
Announcement, 10 January 2000. The library of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation (FES) was in 1969 and is today one of the major European collections concerning the history of the German and international labour movement and social history. It is the largest and most important trade union library in Germany.
The International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR)
From Daniel Blackburn, Administration and Research Director, ICTUR, 29 February 2000. The International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR) is a campaigning non-profit organisation which aims to defend and extend the rights of trade unions and trade unionists worldwide.
The Natural Science Note-Books of Marx and Engels: Middle of 1877 to early 1883
By Somnath Ghosh (AM-18210) and Pradip Baksi, 5 February 2001. The natural science studies of Karl Marx remain relatively unknown. This announces the 31st Volume of Section IV of the MEGA (Marx-Engels-Gesammtausgabe; Complete Works of Marx-Engels). This volume contains Marx's notes and excerpts on inorganic and organic chemistry and electricity.