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During the time of the German Empire, were Polish or Jewish people permitted to join the Social Democratic Party?

The other answers so far have given clear indication of Jews being admitted to the SPD and its parent organisations. Here's a clearly Polish member of the party Julian Marchlewski P.S. I tried Large ...
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During the time of the German Empire, were Polish or Jewish people permitted to join the Social Democratic Party?

SPD emerged from the merger of the Lassalle's General German Workers Association (ADAV) and Marxist Social Democratic Workers party. Both Lassalle and Marx (as well as many of their followers) were of ...
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During the time of the German Empire, were Polish or Jewish people permitted to join the Social Democratic Party?

Rosa Luxemburg was a fairly prominent SPD member before WWI. She was from a Jewish family in Poland. This SPD-affiliated page says that in 1914, the SPD had 12 Jewish Reichstag members (out of a total ...
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