Category:Paris Commune

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The Paris Commune or Fourth French Revolution was a government that briefly ruled Paris from March 18 (more formally, from March 28) to May 28, 1871. It existed before the split between anarchists and Marxists had taken place, and it is hailed by both groups as the first assumption of power by the working class during the Industrial Revolution. Debates over the policies and outcome of the Commune contributed to the break between those two political groups.

Paris Commune 
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revolutionary city council of Paris 1871
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Instance ofsiege,
social experiment,
Basic form of government
  • parliamentary republic
Official language
Has part
  • Repression of the Commune
  • Comité central républicain des Vingt arrondissements
  • communard
  • Union of Women for the Defense of Paris and the care of the wounded
  • Central Committee of the National Guard
Start time18 March 1871
  • 18 March 1871
End time28 May 1871
Dissolved, abolished or demolished
  • 28 May 1871
Authority control
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GND ID: 4044668-2
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