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, Poland and Russia General Jewish Labour Bund , which had united Yiddish speaking social democrats in the Pale of Settlement in September 1897. At the time, the Bund was the largest socialist group in the Empire For example, RSDLP membership in ethnically Russian areas in early 1905 was estimated at 8,400. Bund membership in mid-1904 was estimated at 23,000. Data from ''Bol'shaya Sovetskaya Entsiklopediya'', vol. III, col. 98; ibidem, vol. XI, col. 531, quoted in Leonard Schapiro. "The Role of the Jews in the Russian Revolutionary Movement", in ''Slavonic and East European Review'', 40 (1961-1962): 167, reprinted in ''Essential Papers on Jews and the Left'', ed. Ezra Mendelsohn, New York University Press, 1997, ISBN 0-8147-5571-2, p.321 and sponsored the Congress. The third group was the social democratic organization formed in 1897 around the Kiev-based ''Rabochaya Gazeta'' ('Workers' Newspaper'). See Israel Getzler. Op.cit., p.30 There were 9 delegates See ''A Documentary History of Communism in Russia: From Lenin to Gorbachev'', ed. Robert V. Daniels, Hanover, NH, University of Vermont, Published by University Press of New England, 1993, ISBN 0-87451-616-1, p.4 to the Congress representing these three groups as well as social democrats from Moscow and Yekaterinoslav. The Kharkov (Kharkiv) socialists refused to come thinking the move premature. http: www.marxist.com bolshevism-old part1-5.html Teichmann, who holds a PhD in Psychology from the Behterev Institute Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), now Saint Petersburg, is Professor and Chair of Psychology at Tallinn University of Technology. A member of many boards and councils, especially in the academic self-administration of her special area of Work and Organizational Psychology (Industrial and organizational psychology), her current positions include membership in the WHO Quality of Life Board, chairwoman of the WHO Estonian Quality of Life Centre, and Estonian representative, Member of European Network of Work and Organisational Psychology, Member of Collaborative International Study of Managerial Stress (CISMS). Her main area of research is Occupational Stress (Stress (medicine)) and Quality of Life (including Occupational Life Quality). Pioneer in e-learning solutions in Estonia. Teichmann, who holds a PhD in Psychology from the Behterev Institute Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), now Saint Petersburg, is Professor and Chair of Psychology at Tallinn University of Technology. A member of many boards and councils, especially in the academic self-administration of her special area of Work and Organizational Psychology (Industrial and organizational psychology), her current positions include membership in the WHO Quality of Life Board, chairwoman of the WHO Estonian Quality of Life Centre, and Estonian representative, Member of European Network of Work and Organisational Psychology, Member of Collaborative International Study of Managerial Stress (CISMS). Her main area of research is Occupational Stress (Stress (medicine)) and Quality of Life (including Occupational Life Quality). Pioneer in e-learning solutions in Estonia. Krikalev was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg (Saint Petersburg)), Russia. He is married to Yelena Yuryevna Terekhina and has one daughter, Olga Sergeevna Krikaleva, born in 1990. Sergei enjoys swimming, skiing, cycling, aerobatic flying, and amateur radio operations, particularly from space (callsigns U5MIR and X75M1K). The '''''Borodino'' class battlecruisers''' ( commons:Category:Saint Petersburg WikiPedia:Saint Petersburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Saint Petersburg


Kiev

was the General Jewish Labour Bund (General Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania, Poland and Russia), which had united Yiddish speaking social democrats in the Pale of Settlement in September 1897. At the time, the Bund was the largest socialist group in the Empire For example, RSDLP membership in ethnically Russian areas in early 1905 was estimated at 8,400. Bund membership in mid-1904 was estimated at 23,000. Data from ''Bol'shaya Sovetskaya Entsiklopediya'', vol. III, col. 98; ibidem, vol. XI, col. 531, quoted in Leonard Schapiro. "The Role of the Jews in the Russian Revolutionary Movement", in ''Slavonic and East European Review'', 40 (1961-1962): 167, reprinted in ''Essential Papers on Jews and the Left'', ed. Ezra Mendelsohn, New York University Press, 1997, ISBN 0-8147-5571-2, p.321 and sponsored the Congress. The third group was the social democratic organization formed in 1897 around the Kiev-based ''Rabochaya Gazeta'' ('Workers' Newspaper'). See Israel Getzler. Op.cit., p.30 There were 9 delegates See ''A Documentary History of Communism in Russia: From Lenin to Gorbachev'', ed. Robert V. Daniels, Hanover, NH, University of Vermont, Published by University Press of New England, 1993, ISBN 0-87451-616-1, p.4 to the Congress representing these three groups as well as social democrats from Moscow and Yekaterinoslav. The Kharkov (Kharkiv) socialists refused to come thinking the move premature. http: www.marxist.com bolshevism-old part1-5.html '''PrivatBank''' ( Commons:Category:Kiev WikiPedia:Kiev Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Kyiv Oblast Kyiv


Moscow

united Yiddish speaking social democrats in the Pale of Settlement in September 1897. At the time, the Bund was the largest socialist group in the Empire For example, RSDLP membership in ethnically Russian areas in early 1905 was estimated at 8,400. Bund membership in mid-1904 was estimated at 23,000. Data from ''Bol'shaya Sovetskaya Entsiklopediya'', vol. III, col. 98; ibidem, vol. XI, col. 531, quoted in Leonard Schapiro. "The Role of the Jews in the Russian Revolutionary Movement", in ''Slavonic and East European Review'', 40 (1961-1962): 167, reprinted in ''Essential Papers on Jews and the Left'', ed. Ezra Mendelsohn, New York University Press, 1997, ISBN 0-8147-5571-2, p.321 and sponsored the Congress. The third group was the social democratic organization formed in 1897 around the Kiev-based ''Rabochaya Gazeta'' ('Workers' Newspaper'). See Israel Getzler. Op.cit., p.30 There were 9 delegates See ''A Documentary History of Communism in Russia: From Lenin to Gorbachev'', ed. Robert V. Daniels, Hanover, NH, University of Vermont, Published by University Press of New England, 1993, ISBN 0-87451-616-1, p.4 to the Congress representing these three groups as well as social democrats from Moscow and Yekaterinoslav. The Kharkov (Kharkiv) socialists refused to come thinking the move premature. http: www.marxist.com bolshevism-old part1-5.html thumb Emily Shanks (File:Shanx Emilia Yakovlevna.jpg) '''Emily Shanks''', also known as '''Emiliya Yakovlevna Shanks''' ( Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


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