Radek (Sobelsohn), Karl

(1885-1939)
   Russian revolutionary. Born in Lwow, he joined the Polish social democratic party prior to World War I. He later settled in Switzerland where he was a friend of Lenin. At the outbreak of the Russian Revolution, he went to Sweden and subsequently returned to Russia. He became head of the central European section of the Foreign Affairs Commissariat. He later joined the Trotskyite opposition to Stalin, but was expelled from the party and exiled to the Urals. After his recantation he was readmitted to the party and served as editor of Pravda and Izvestia.

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  • RADEK (Sobelsohn), KARL — (1885–1939?), Russian revolutionary and publicist. Born in Lemberg, Radek was a member of the Polish Social Democratic Party, for which he wrote many articles. Before World War I he was also active as a publicist for the left wing of the German… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Sobelsohn, Karl — vero nome di Radek, Karl Bernhardovič …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Karl Radek — Karl Berngardovich Radek (October 31, 1885 May 19, 1939) was a socialist active in the Polish and German movements before World War I and an international Communist leader after the Russian Revolution.LifeHe was born in Lemberg, Austria Hungary… …   Wikipedia

  • Radek, Karl Bernhardovič — soprannome di Sobelsohn, Karl …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Karl Radek — dans la Grande encyclopédie soviétique, édition de 1930 Karl Berngardovitch Radek (en russe : Карл Бернгардович Радек ; 31 octobre 1885 – 19 mai 1939), de son vrai nom Karol Sobelsohn est un révolutionnaire bolchevique, dirigeant du… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sobelsohn — Karl Radek (Mitte), 1932 Karl Radek (russisch Карл Бернгардович Радек/Karl Berngardowitsch Radek, ursprünglich Karol Sobelsohn; schrieb auch unter den Pseudonymen Parabellum und Struthahn; * 31. Oktober 1885 in Lemberg, Galizien; † vermutlich 19 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Karl Radek — (Mitte), 1932 Karl Radek (russisch Карл Бернгардович Радек/Karl Berngardowitsch Radek, ursprünglich Karol Sobelsohn; schrieb auch unter den Pseudonymen Parabellum und Struthahn; * 31. Oktober 1885 in Lemberg …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Karl Radek — Karl Rádek. Karl Berngárdovich Rádek (31 de octubre de 1885 19 de mayo de 1939) fue un Bolchevique y líder Comunista internacional. Nació en Leópolis, Ucrania, entonces llamada Lemberg (Imperio austrohúngaro). Su famlia era judía. Su nombre… …   Wikipedia Español

  • RADEK (K.) — RADEK KARL SOBELSOHN dit KARL (1885 apr. 1937) Né en Galicie, Radek commence à militer au tournant du siècle dans le mouvement révolutionnaire polonais; ses lectures encyclopédiques et éclectiques le conduisent à se rallier au marxisme. Il se… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Karl Radek — Karl Sobelsohn …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

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