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Jewish Social Democratic Association Bund

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Jewish Social Democratic Association Bund

The Jewish Social Democratic Association Bund was a Bukovina,[1] named after the Russian General Jewish Labour Bund.

After the defeat of the 1905 Russian revolution, several members of the Russian Bund fled to [2]

In order to be able to register themselves as an association with the Austrian authorities, the organization had to adhere to the stringent rules of Austria-Hungary for political associations.[2] Thus formal membership was restricted to male Austrian citizens aged 24 years or above.[2]

The Bukovina Bund merged with the Jewish Social Democratic Party of Galicia in 1912.[2] After the merger, the party adopted the name 'Jewish Social Democratic Party in Galicia and Bukovina'.[3]

References

  1. ^ Jacobs, Jack Lester. Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe: The Bund at 100. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001. p. 144
  2. ^ a b c d Joseph Kissman, The History of the Jewish Worker Movement Bund in Bukovina, in Hugo Gold (ed.), History of the Jews in the Bukowina, Tel Aviv, Vol. 1, 1958, pp. 129-144
  3. ^ Brenner, Michael and Penslar, Derek Jonathan. In Search of Jewish Community : Jewish Identities in Germany and Austria, 1918-1933. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c. 1998. p. 118
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