Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels 1861

Writings on the U.S. Civil War

Union Soldiers


Source: The originals were written in English and are reproduced according to the newspaper.


Karl Marx, October 1861 — December 1862

The North American Civil War, 25 Oct 1861 recommended
The Civil War in the United States, 7 Nov 1861
The Dismissal of Frémont, 26 Nov 1861
The Trent Case, 2 Dec 1861
The Anglo-American Conflict, 3 Dec 1861
Lessons of the American Civil War, Engels 6 Dec 1861 (Volunteer Journal)recommended
Controversy Over the Trent Case, 11 Dec 1861
The Crisis Over the Slavery Issue, 14 Dec 1861
News from America, 17 Dec 1861
The Progress of Feelings in England, 25 Dec 1861 (New York Tribune)
The Opinion of the Newspapers and the Opinion of the People, 31 Dec 1861
French News Humbug.-Economic Consequences of War, 4 Jan 1862
Pro-American Meeting, 5 Jan 1862
More on Seward's Suppressed Dispatch, 18 Jan 1862
English Public Opinion, 1 Feb 1862 (New York Tribune)
A London Workers' Meeting, 2 Feb 1862
On the Cotton Crisis, 8 Feb 1862
American Affairs, 3 Mar 1862
The Secessionists' Friends.- The American Blockade, 12 Mar 1862
The American Civil War, Marx & Engels, 26 Mar 1862 recommended
The English Press and the Fall of New Orleans, 20 May 1862
A Treaty Against the Slave Trade, 22 May 1862
English Humanity and America, 20 Jun 1862
The American Civil War and the Ironclads and Rams, Engels 3 July 1862
A Criticism of American Affairs, 9 Aug 1862
Comments on the North American Events, 12 Oct 1862
The Situation in North America, 10 Nov 1862
Symptoms of Disintegration in the Southern Confederacy, 14 Nov 1862
The Election Results in the Northern States, 23 Nov 1862