Ludo Martens

Ludo Martens (12 March 1946 – 5 June 2011) was a Belgian activist and historian who founded and served as the first leader of the Workers' Party of Belgium. He wrote several works on the political history of Central Africa and the Soviet Union.

In 1968, Martens founded the group ''Alle macht aan de arbeiders'' (All Power to the Workers), which became the Workers' Party of Belgium in 1979. He served as president of the Workers' Party until 2008. Martens was the last foreigner to meet North Korean president Kim Il-sung before his death on 8 July 1994. According to a press release by the Workers' Party, Martens died on the morning of 5 June 2011 after a long illness. Provided by Wikipedia
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1991 : de Sovjet-Unie spat uiteen, Bush leidt de dans / Ludo Martens
1993 : een ...

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By Martens, Ludo, Bossuyt, Jef
Date 1996
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Op titelpagina: Toespraak van Ludo Martens, voorzitter van de PVDA, bij de viering van 1 mei 1993 ; By Martens, Ludo
Date 1994
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Bibliotheek François Vercammen By Martens, Ludo
Date 1991
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Toespraak van Ludo Martens bij de viering van 1 mei 1989 ; By Martens, Ludo
Date 1992
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Bundeling van artikels over de opstelling van raketten in België, De Star Wars plannen van de VSA en het Europese ...

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By De Boosere, Patrick, Martens, Ludo
Date 1985
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