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  1. 1893: Rosa Luxemburg, Leo Jogiches und Julian Balthasar Marchlewski gründen als revolutionäre Alternative in Polen und Litauen die Sozialdemokratische Arbeiterpartei Polens und Litauens. 1903: In Brüssel wird insgeheim der II. Parteitag der Sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterpartei Russlands eröffnet.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Karl_RadekKarl Radek - Wikipedia

    On this occasion, he was vigorously defended by the SDKPiL leaders, Rosa Luxemburg and Leo Jogiches. The following year, however, the SDKPiL changed its course, partly because of a personality clash between Jogiches and Vladimir Lenin, during which younger members of the party, led by Yakov Hanecki, and including Radek, had sided with Lenin ...

  3. Rosa Luxemburg nacque a Zamość, una cittadina del voivodato di Lublino, nell'allora Nazione della Vistola (nome assunto, in seguito alla fallita Rivoluzione Cadetta del 1830-1831, dal Regno di Polonia, quando i suoi voivodati vennero definitivamente annessi all'effettivo dell'Impero russo), il 5 marzo del 1871 in un'agiata famiglia ebraica ashkenazita, ultimogenita dei cinque figli di Eliasz ...

  4. In 1893, with Leo Jogiches and Julian Marchlewski (alias Julius Karski), Luxemburg founded the newspaper Sprawa Robotnicza (The Workers' Cause) which opposed the nationalist policies of the Polish Socialist Party. Luxemburg believed that an independent Poland could arise and exist only through socialist revolutions in Germany, Austria-Hungary and Russia. She maintained that the struggle should ...

  5. Rosa Luxemburg (Biografie) D | CS | PL/1986 am 07.09.2022 um 11:20 Uhr im TV-PROGRAMM: alle Infos, alle Sendetermine

  6. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › VilniusVilnius – Wikipedia

    Leo Jogiches (1867–1919), polnisch-jüdischer Politiker; Lina Kačiušytė (* 1963), Sportfunktionärin und ehemalige Schwimmerin; Alter Kacyzne (1885–1941), jiddischer Schriftsteller und Fotograf; Raphael Kalinowski (1835–1907), polnischer Karmelit, Heiliger; Rimantas Kaukėnas (* 1977), Basketballspieler

  7. Après juillet 1918 les Bolcheviks voulaient négocier avec Guillaume II le transfert de la famille impériale d'ascendance germanique vers l'Allemagne contre la libération en pleine révolution spartakiste des révolutionnaires Karl Liebnecht et Leo Jogiches. Ils furent effectivement relaxés en octobre 1918.