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Free eBook Wilhelm Liebknecht and German Social Democracy: A Documentary History (Documentary Reference Collections) download ISBN: 0313282005
Author: William Pelz
Publisher: Greenwood; First Edition edition (November 21, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 480
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This collection of Liebknecht’s writings and speeches is representative sampling of his most renowned and influential work. Each piece is prefaced by concise and informative introduction situating the material in its context. Wilhelm Liebknecht and German Social Democracy: A Documentary History (Documentary Reference Collections). 160846394X (ISBN13: 9781608463947).

Items related to Wilhelm Liebknecht and German Social Democracy: A.Dr. William A. Pelz is an academic historian who specializes in European and comparative labor history.

Items related to Wilhelm Liebknecht and German Social Democracy: A Documentar. ISBN 13: 9781608463947. This collection of Liebknecht’s writings and speeches is representative sampling of his most renowned and influential work.

This collection of Liebknecht's writings and speeches is representative sampling of his most renowned and influential work.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Wilhelm Liebknecht is today little known outside his native Germany. Even there, his name has faded from the view of most people other than labor historians

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Even there, his name has faded from the view of most people other than labor historians.

Wilhelm Liebknecht and German Social Democracy is a representative sampling of Liebknecht's most influential works. Each piece is prefaced by an introduction from William A. Pelz to put the material in context.

Wilhelm Liebknecht was born in 1826 in Giessen, the son of Katharina Elisabeth Henrietta (née Hirsch) and . Pelz, William A.

Wilhelm Liebknecht was born in 1826 in Giessen, the son of Katharina Elisabeth Henrietta (née Hirsch) and Hessian public official Ludwig Christian Liebknecht. Liebknecht grew up with relatives after the death of his parents in 1832. From 1832 to 1842, he went to school at the Gymnasium of Giessen, then began studying philology, theology and philosophy in Giessen, Berlin and Marburg.

Wilhelm Liebknecht is little known today outside his native Germany. Yet, in the late 19th century, he was renowned throughout the industrialized world as a champion of working people and a prime mover in the emerging German Social Democratic Party. His speeches and pamphlets were translated into numerous languages and helped inspire generations of militant workers and socialist activists.

This volume presents Liebknecht in his own words. He produced such a massive amount of material that it is doubtful a complete collection will ever be assembled; this is, however, a representative sampling of his most renowned and influential work. As much as possible, selections are presented unedited. Each piece is prefaced by a brief introduction to put the material in context. Most appear in English for the first time. In addition to the selection of his works, the volume contains a section of essays and observations by colleagues and others who knew his work firsthand. The book also contains a chronology, glossary, and other aids to facilitate an understanding of the man and the period. It is an important research tool for political and labor historians and others concerned with the development of mass movements in 19th- and 20th-century Europe.