Westmeyer Friedrich (1873-1917). Fond 306, 1900-1960.
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Born in Zamość, Russian Poland 1871, died in Berlin 1919; socialist theorist, journalist and agitator; joined the revolutionary socialist group ÌI. Proletarjat' as a schoolgirl in Warsaw in 1887 and had to emigrate in 1889; studied sciences and economics in Zurich; cofounder of the Socjaldemokracja Królestwa Polskiego (i Litwy) (SDKP) in 1894, which she represented in the International Socialist Bureau (ISB) 1904-1914; participated in the Russian Revolution 1905/06; active in the Sozialdemok...
880-12 Nemet︠s︡kiĭ levyĭ sot︠s︡ial-demokrat, odin iz rukovoditeleĭ SHtutgartskogo sot︠s︡ial-demokraticheskogo soi︠u︡za (1905-1917), publit︠s︡ist. From the description of Westmeyer Friedrich (1873-1917). Fond 306, 1900-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122778222 ...
Born in Bromberg, Prussia 1868, died in Berlin 1932; socialist journalist and writer; published on historical and economical subjects including a widely translated digest of Marx's "Das Kapital"; editor of social democratic newspapers 1901-1906; lecturer for the SPD central education committee 1907-1913; member of the Prussian diet 1911-1913; edited Lichtstrahlen 1913-1916, 1918-1921 as a platform of German and international left anti-war-opposition and early communist movement during the First ...