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Period 1939-1965
Correspondence, partly by both Fritz and Katharina Flesch, with Friedrich Adler 1939-1944, Yvon Bourdet 1963-1964, Luise Kautsky (also photocopies) 1939- 1940, The New Leader (S.M. Levitas) 1944-1955, Franz Sengenhofer 1957, Anna Siemsen-Vollenweider 1939-1940, Friedrich Stampfer 1940-1944 and other...
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Letters received from the Rand Daily Mail, the World Jewish Congress and others in reply to Flesch's enquiries about Jews in South Africa; press clippings on the same subject. NB. Originals at the New York Public Library.
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Period 1870-1944
Personal documents; correspondence with his fiancée Therese Bognar 1901-1907, after her death in 1907 continued in the form of letters to her with the character of a diary 1907-1921; diaries, handwritten memoirs and notes until 1944; correspondence with many persons and organizations, including Dieg...
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Internationale Tagung der HistorikerInnen der Arbeit- und anderer sozialer Bewegungen (ITH) / International Conference of Labour and Social History / Conférence international d’histoire ouvrière et sociale. Collection of the proceedings of, and edited volumes arising from, the annual conferences of...
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Period 1940-1993
Collectie archiefmateriaal van voorlopers van Coop Nederland U.A.
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Correspondence with Franz Modlik 1956-1960, Heinrich Thomas 1940-1972 and others; files on the Internationale Kommunisten Österreichs, in particular concerning the conflict with Louis 1945-1950; copies of articles by and on Pavelka; a great number of unpublished manuscripts including some autobiogra...
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Period 1882-1936
Correspondence 1903-1933, 1936, with Diego Abad de Santillán c. 1921-1926, Alexander Berkman c. 1910, 1922-1930, Walter Borgius 1907-1908, 1912, 1924, 1929-1931, Gustave Brocher c. 1918-1925, Victor Dave 1910-1914, 1919-1923, Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis c. 1904-1919, Emma Goldman 1912, 1919-1925, H...
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