Clara Zetkin ( / ˈzɛtkɪn /; German: [ˈtsɛtkiːn]; née Eißner [ˈaɪsnɐ]; 5 July 1857 – 20 June 1933) was a German Marxist theorist, communist activist, and advocate for women's rights.  Until 1917, she was active in the Social Democratic Party of Germany. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clara_Zetkin
Clara Zetkin ( / ˈzɛtkɪn /; German: [ˈtsɛtkiːn]; née Eißner [ˈaɪsnɐ]; 5 July 1857 – 20 June 1933) was a German Marxist theorist, communist activist, and advocate for women's rights.  Until 1917, she was active in the Social Democratic Party of Germany. 
Clara Zetkin, German feminist, Socialist, and Communist leader, who after World War I played a leading role in the new Communist Party of Germany (Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands; KPD) and the Comintern (Third International). Clara Eissner was educated at the Leipzig Teachers’ College for Women,
Clara Zetkin died in 1933. In her obituary (see below), the Manchester Guardian referred to her as the 'grandmother of communism,' yet the legacy of International Women's Day, and her...
With her struggle for working class women’s emancipation, Clara Zetkin (1857-1933) became one of the most important leaders of the socialist women’s movement in late nineteenth century and early twentieth century Germany.
Clara Zetkin was a distinguished member of Socialist and Communist organizations in Europe in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Throughout her political career, she focused on the liberation of women in society through Marxist reforms of the capitalist system.
Clara Zetkin was one of the leading figures in German Marxism during the early 20th century, yet her political legacy is largely forgotten today. Zetkin deserves to be remembered, especially for her advocacy of the revolutionary emancipation of women. Clara Zetkin in 1924. (ullstein bild / Getty Images) Our new issue, “Aging,” is out now.
Clara Zetkin, founder of International Women’s day. collection highlight. On the 26th of August 1910, Clara Zetkin (1857-1933) made an appeal for an annual women’s day, with general women’s suffrage as the most important initial demand. She made this appeal during the second international conference of socialist women in Copenhagen.
Clara Zetkin was a German Marxist theorist, communist activist, and advocate for women's rights. Introduction Clara Zetkin Biography Background and education Early engagement in Social Democratic Party Fight for women's rights Opposition to First World War Joining Communist Party Exile and death
Clara Zetkin was one of the best-known and recognized figures of the women’s liberation movement and the socialist and communist movement in Europe at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Clara Josephine Zetkin (neé Eißner) was born on July 5, 1857, in Wiederau, a small village in the Kingdom of Saxony, German Confederation. She was the eldest of three children of Gottfried Eißner, a local schoolteacher and a devout Protestant, and Josephine Vitale, a highly educated daughter of a middle-class family from Leipzig of French ...