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1. Anarcho-communists, who drew inspiration from the 1871 Paris Commune, advocated for free federation and for the distribution of goods according to one's needs.

2. Influenced by the history of the 1871 Paris Commune, young Strindberg had embraced the view that politics is a conflict between the upper and lower classes.

3. Following the 1871 Paris Commune, the anarchist movement, as was the whole of the workers' movement, was decapitated and deeply affected for years.

4. This ossuarium has been ransacked twice, once during the French Revolution, and again during the 1871 Paris Commune.

5. The name Communards refers to the revolutionaries of the 1871 Paris Commune.

6. After the Siege of Paris in 1870 and the 1871 Paris Commune, the Legitimists returned for one final time to political prominence.

7. Jarosław Dąbrowski, later military chief of the 1871 Paris Commune;

8. The 1871 Paris Commune had proclaimed state secularism on 3 April 1871, but it had been cancelled following the Commune's defeat.

9. They were exiled to Spain for a time because his father, Fortune Henry, was a communard (a supporter of the 1871 Paris Commune).

10. He was a member of the First International, founded in 1864, and took part in the 1871 Paris Commune.

11. The story is without conventional linear narrative, and comments in its two parts on the 1871 Paris Commune and the 1905 Russian Revolution.

12. After the 1871 Paris Commune, Rhodakanaty's group turned its focus to urban workers and founding a proletarian anarchist movement.

13. During the 1871 Paris Commune, the park was the site of a military encampment, and witnessed fighting between the army and the Communards.

14. Following the 1871 Paris Commune, the anarchist movement, as the whole of the workers' movement, was decapitated and deeply affected for years.

15. On 18 March 1877 he took part in Bern in a demonstration in remembrance of the 1871 Paris Commune, which ended in riots with the police.

16. in 1877 he cited as examples the 1871 Paris Commune and a workers' demonstration in Berne provocatively using the socialist red flag.

17. The Dreyfus Affair was a turning point in the political history of France and in the Third Republic (1871–1940), established after the 1870 Franco-Prussian War and the 1871 Paris Commune.

18. Anarchism in Australia arrived within a few years of anarchism developing as a distinct tendency in the wake of the 1871 Paris Commune.

19. 1 November 1850, Volok, now in Toropetsky District, Tver Oblast – 1910 or 1918) was a Russian-born feminist and revolutionary of the 1871 Paris Commune.

20. The film deals with the 1871 Paris Commune and the events leading to it, and follows the encounter and tragic fate of two lovers separated by the barricades of the Commune.

21. The monarchist movement came back into force only after the 1870 defeat by Prussia and the crushing of the 1871 Paris Commune by Orléanist Adolphe Thiers.

22. His photographic work documenting the 1871 Paris Commune is considered an important early example of photojournalism.

23. Bignami became enthusiastic about the 1871 Paris Commune, and from then the paper took a socialist line.

24. Bignami became enthusiastic about the 1871 Paris Commune, and from then the paper took a socialist line.

25. An urban legend says that bodies of Communards killing during the suppression of the 1871 Paris Commune are entombed inside the old stone quarries in the Promentory.

26. Both after the defeat of the French socialist movement during Louis Napoleon Bonaparte's 1851 coup and then after the crushing of the 1871 Paris Commune, Marx's thought transformed itself.

27. In July 1871, Robert McAll was moved by the suffering of the Parisians (due to the long 1870 German siege and to the 1871 Paris Commune's second siege, and he decided to make a trip to Paris.

28. Following the 1871 Paris Commune, the socialist movement, as the whole of the workers' movement, was decapitated and deeply affected for years.

29. The Women Incendiaries is a historical account of the role of women during the 1871 Paris Commune, written by French historian Édith Thomas.

30. She experienced the 1871 Paris Commune at the age of 20 and met author Victor Hugo and discovered his literature with emotion, which certainly influenced her social commitment.