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The Fisherwomen of Tahiti. Painting by Paul Gauguin


The Fisherwomen of Tahiti. - Famous Art work & Drawing by Paul Gauguin

The Fisherwomen of Tahiti. 1891. Oil on canvas. Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

 

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For expounding his revolutionary philosophy, Marx was expelled first from Germany and then from France. Ultimately, he settled in England where in collaboration with Fredrick Engles he published Communist Manifesto (1848). In this work Marc advocated violent overthrow of the capitalist social order and gave the famous call to the world’s workers- “Worker’s of all countries, unite”. In 1867, was published Marx’s epoch-making work in social philosophy, the Das Kapital. Marx believed that a Communist revolution would first take place in industrialized countries of Europe like England, France and Germany. Marx’s prophecy did not, however, come true as it was in an industrially backward country like Russia that the world’s first Communist revolution took place under Lenin’s leadership.
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