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Paul Singer (politician)

Paul Singer (standing, farthest right) with the Social Democratic Reichstag deputies, 1889

Paul Singer (16 January 1844, Berlin – 31 January 1911) was a leading Marxist in and representative of the Social Democratic Party of Germany in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Co-Chairmen of the SPD (which he joined in 1878) along with fellow Marxist August Bebel from 1890 until his death in 1911.

Literature

  • Heinrich Gemkow: Paul Singer – ein bedeutender Führer der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung. Dietz, Berlin 1957.
  • Ursula Reuter: Paul Singer (1844–1911). Eine politische Biographie, Düsseldorf: Droste 2004
  • Wilhelm Heinz Schröder: Sozialdemokratische Parlamentarier in den deutschen Reichs- und Landtagen 1867 - 1933. Biographien, Chronik und Wahldokumentation. Ein Handbuch. Düsseldorf, 1995. ISBN 3-7700-5192-0 S.706

External links

  • Paul Singer in the German National Library catalogue (German)
  • Timeline of Singer's life (German)
  • Ursula Reuter: Nicht fragen, wer ist der Mann, sondern: Wie ist der Mann. Paul Singer (1844–1911): Bürger, Kaufmann, Sozialdemokrat. [1] (German)
  • Biography of Singer (German)
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