Louis de Brouckère

Louis de Brouckère 31 May 31, 1870 Roeselare - 4 June, 1951, Brussels was Belgian socialist journalist, politician and academic. He was a member of the Belgian Labour Party from the 1890s.

de Brouckère attended the Stuttgart Congress of the Second International. Here he moved a resolution in which he argued that there should be parity of status between party and unions. He said they should share a commitment to the socialist education of the working class. However Karl Kautsky brokered a compromise resolution in which the parties and the unions "had an equally important task to perform in the struggle for proletarian emancipation," with the domain of each logically separated and independent of the other. Provided by Wikipedia
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Cursus gedoceerd aan de ULB, academiejaar 1926-1927. By de Brouckère, Louis
Date 1927
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Bibliotheek Dina Vandenbroeck Archief TACB By Vandervelde, Emile, de Brouckère, Louis, Verhasselt, Jan
Date 1949
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Collectie Vrijzinnige Werkmansbibliotheek
préf. Louis De Brouckère By Delattre, Achille, de Brouckère, Louis
Date 1926
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S/90/024 D/93/017 S/97/014 S/97/043 Archief TACB By de Brouckère, Louis, Delsinne, Léon
Date 1936
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Archief Guy Vanschoenbeek Archief PMB Oost-Vlaanderen Archief Christian Leire By Crommen, Gaston, Huysmans, Camille, de Brouckère, Louis
Date 1948
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By de Brouckère, Louis, Blume, Isabelle, Rolin, Henri
Date 1936
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Voordracht gehouden in Parijs, 18 januari 1947 By de Brouckère, Louis, Brot, Marcel, Caussel, Georges
Date 1947
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