Judith Grünfeld papers 1926-1942

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Judith Grünfeld papers, 1926-1942

Judith Grünfeld papers 1926-1942

Writings and correspondence, relating to the Soviet economy, and especially to the role of women in the Soviet labor force from 1917 to World War II; the role of women in the Soviet armed forces during World War II; and the role of women in the German labor force during World War II. Includes letters by Pavel Aksel'rod and Karl and Luise Kautsky.

1 manuscript box; (0.4 linear feet)

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Kautsky, Luise Ronsperger, 1864-1944

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Akselʹrod, P. B. (Pavel Borisovich), 1850-1928

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Grünfeld, Judith.

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Biographical/Historical Note German economist. From the guide to the Judith Grünfeld papers, 1926-1942, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Kautsky, Karl, 1854-1938

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German socialist leader. From the description of Der demokratische Marxismus : zum vierzigsten Geburtstag der russischen Sozialdemokratie : typescript, 1938. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754870809 Born in Prague 1854, died in Amsterdam 1938; social democratic writer and Marxist theorist; joined Austrian social democracy in 1874 and worked as a journalist within the Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (SAPD, from 1890 SPD) from 1879; in 1883 founder and editor of Die...