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International Working Men's Association (1922- )


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  • Variants

    • International Workingmen's Association (1922- )
    • Intern. Workingmen's Association (1922- )
    • IWMA
    • I.W.M.A.
    • Association internationale des travailleurs (1922- )
    • Asociación Internacional de los Trabajadores (1922- )
    • Asociación Internacional de Trabajadores (1922- )
    • Internationale Arbeiter Assoziation (1922- )
    • Associazione internazionale dei lavoratori (1922- )
    • Internacia Laborista Asocio (1922- )
    • I.A.A.
    • IAA
    • A.I.T.
    • AIT
  • Additional Information

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    • Sources

      • found: Westergard-Thorpe, W. The workers themselves, 1989:CIP t.p. (International Working Men's Association, 1913-1923) galley (IWMA)
      • found: News service (International Working Men's Association (1922- )), Apr. 10, 1932, surrogate:caption (I.W.M.A.; IWMA; Association internationale des travailleurs; International Working Men's Associaton; Asociación Internacional de los Trabajadores; Internationale Arbeiter Assoziation; Associazione internazionale dei lavoratori) p. 1 (Intern. Workingmen's Association)
      • found: Lorwin, L.L. The international labor movement, c1953:p. 149 (A number of ... syndicalists met in Berlin from December 25, 1922 to January 2, 1923 and formed a new organization under the name of the International Workingmen's Association (IWMA))
      • found: Presse-Dienst (International Working Men's Association (1922- ). Secretariat), 25. Sept. 1924, surrogate:caption (Internationale Arbeiter Assoziation; I.A.A.)
      • found: Boletín internacional (International Working Men's Association (1922- ). Secretariat), oct.-dic. 1981, surrogate: caption (A.I.T.; Asociación Internacional de Trabajadores)
      • found: Bulletin d'information, de documentation et de propagande, juil. 1970:caption (Internacia Laborista Asocio; International Working Men's Association)
      • found: Wikipedia, 3 Aug. 2010:under International Workers' Association (the International Workers' Association, is an international anarcho-syndicalist federation of various labour unions from different countries founded in 1922 at a Berlin congress; previously known as the International Workingmen's Association, the same name was originally used to refer to the unitary socialist international organization founded in 1864, also known as the First International)
    • Change Notes

      • 1989-04-19: new
      • 2010-08-07: revised
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