For the Chicago anarchist newspaper, see Arbeiter-Zeitung (Chicago) The Arbeiter-Zeitung ("Workers’ Newspaper”) was started as a Socialist newspaper on July 12, 1889 by Victor Adler. The paper was banned in 1934 after the Feb. 13 issue , but reappeared on Aug. 4, 1945 as the main organ of the Austrian Socialist Party, continuin
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The Arbeiter-Zeitung, also known as the Chicagoer Arbeiter-Zeitung, a German language radical newspaper, was started in Chicago, Illinois, in 1877 by veterans of the Great Railroad Strike of 1877. It continued publishing through 1931. It was the first working-class newspaper in Chicago to last for a significant period, and sustain
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Arbeiter-Zeitung (`Workers Newspaper`) was a newspaper in Luxembourg, the central organ of the Workers Party of Luxembourg 1924-1927. In 1927 another newspaper, Escher Tageblatt, became the main party organ. ==Footnotes== ...
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