CHINESE DIPLOMATS, 1939. Hu Shih, the Chinese ambassador the the United States
CHINESE DIPLOMATS, 1939.
Hu Shih, the Chinese ambassador the the United States (right) with diplomat Yan Huiqing, at the Soviet Embassy in Washington, D.C., for a reception celebrating the anniversary of the October Revolution, 1939.
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SOCIALISM, 1895. An advancing army of workers carries the banners with the names
An advancing army of workers carries the banners with the names of workers' parties from around the world. Lithograph, 1895, by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, for an edition of the socialist hymn 'L'Internationale.'
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JEAN LEON JAURES (1859-1914). French socialist and politician. Reading a copy of 'L'Humanite
JEAN LEON JAURES (1859-1914).
French socialist and politician. Reading a copy of 'L'Humanite,' the (then) socialist newspaper of which he was a cofounder (with Aristide Briand) in 1904.
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