Martov

Yuli Osipovich Tsederbaum

Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games. 2013.

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  • MARTOV — IOULI OSSIPOVITCH CEDERBAUM dit (1873 1923) Né à Constantinople, Iouli Martov est avec Plekhanov et Axelrod un des créateurs du Parti ouvrier social démocrate russe et fondateur de la première Iskra (L’Étincelle ). Au congrès du parti en 1903… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Martov — Julius Martov Julius Martov Julius Martov …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Martov, L. — orig. Yuly Osipovich Tsederbaum born Nov. 24, 1873, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire died April 4, 1923, Berlin, Ger. Russian revolutionary. He first lived in Vilna, where he belonged to the Bund, a Jewish socialist group. In 1895 he and Vladimir… …   Universalium

  • Mártov, L. — orig. Yuli Ósipovich Tsederbaum (24 nov. 1873, Constantinopla, Imperio otomano–4 abr. 1923, Berlín, Alemania). Revolucionario ruso. Vivió primero en Vilna (Lituania), en donde perteneció al Bund, grupo socialista judío. En 1895 él y Vladímir… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Martov — pseud. di Cederbaum, Julij Osipovič …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 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

  • Martov, Julius — (Julii Osipovich Tsederbaum) (1873–1923)    Russian revolutionary. Though Martov’s grandfather was a well known Jewish writer and early Zionist, he grew up in an assimilationist home, and as a student in St Petersburg was drawn into a… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Martov, Yuli — (1873–1923)    Initially a close colleague of Vladimir Ilich Lenin, Martov broke with him in 1903 over the issue of the role and organization of the Russian Social Democratic Party. Martov’s faction became known as the Mensheviks, and Martov was… …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

  • Martov, Julius — (1873 1923)    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.… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Yuli Mártov — Yuli Mártov. Yuli Mártov, Julius Mártov o L. Mártov (Мартов, su nombre real era Yuli Ósipovich Zederbaum (Юлий Осипович Цедербаум)) (24 de noviembre de 1873 4 de abril de 1923) nació en Constantinopla en 1873 hijo de una familia judía de clase… …   Wikipedia Español

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