Martov, Julius

   Russian revolutio nary. He was a student in St Petersburg and joined the Russian Social Democratic Party. In 1901 he helped publish the revolutionary journal, Iskra. He was exiled in Paris where he continued to work for the party. After the revolution he returned to Russia; in 1920 he went to Berlin, and was the leader of the Mensheviks outside Russia. His works include a four-volume history of the social democratic movement in Russia.

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  • MARTOV, JULIUS — (Iulii Osipovich Tsederbaum; 1873–1923), Russian revolutionary, leader of Menshevism. Born in Constantinople, where his father represented the Russian Steamship Co. and trade companies, Martov was the favorite grandson of alexander zederbaum ,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • Julius Martov — Julius Martov, de son vrai nom Iouli Ossipovitch Tsederbaum (en russe : Юлий Осипович Цедербаум), né le 24 novembre 1873 à Constantinople et mort le 4 avril 1923 à Schömberg, est un révolutionnaire marxiste russe. Il fonde en 1895 l Union de …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Martow — Julius Martow Julius Martow (russisch Юлий Осипович Мартов, ursprünglich Цедербаум/ Zederbaum; * 24. November 1873 in Konstantinopel; † 4. April 1923 in Schömberg) war ein russischer Polit …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Bolshevik — This article is about the Bolshevik faction in the RSDLP 1903 1912. For other uses, see Bolshevik (disambiguation). Bolshevik Party Meeting. Sitting (from left): Abel Yenukidze, Mikhail Kalinin, Nikolai Bukharin, Mikhail Tomsky, Mikhail Lashevich …   Wikipedia

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