Die Gleichheit (Equality) Newspaper

A Socialist women’s newspaper Die Gleichheit (Equality), edited by Clara Zetkin (nee Clara Eissner) was first published in 1892 in Stuttgart, Germany. Zetkin was friends with Marxist activists Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and Rosa Luxemburg

Date:
      1892
Name(s):
      Clara Zetkin
Occupation:
      Editor
Location:
      Stuttgart, Germany


Additional Information:

  • The Socialist Origins of International Women’s Day – Jacobin
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