Jean Laurent Frederick Longuet

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Jean Laurent Frederick Longuet

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Birthplace: London, Greater London, UK
Death: Died in Aix-les-Bains, Rhône-Alpes, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Charles Félix César Longuet and Jenny Caroline Longuet
Husband of Anita Desvaux
Father of Karl-Jean Longuet; <private> LONGUET-MARX; Frederick Longuet; Robert-Jean Longuet and <private> Longuet-Marx
Brother of Charles Felicien Longuet; Henri Longuet; Dr. Edgar Wolf Longuet; Marcel Longuet and Jenny ("Mêmê") Longuet

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About Jean Laurent Frederick Longuet

Jean-Laurent-Frederick Longuet (Johnny) (1876-1938) was a French socialist and Karl Marx's grandson.

Son of Charles and Jenny Longuet. French lawyer and Socialist who in the First World War held a pacifist position but invariably voted for war credits. Founder and editor of the newspaper Le Populaire. At the Strasbourg Congress in 1918 his policy was adopted by the majority of the French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO) socialist party. After the Tours Congress of 1920 where the Communists gained the majority he supported the minority and joined the centrist Two-and-a-half International (the Vienna Union). He criticized the League Against Imperialism created in 1927 and supported by the Comintern. (Source: Marxist Internet Archive)

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Jean Longuet

(1876-1946)

Jean Longuet

Avocat, fils du dirigeant communard Charles Longuet et de Jenny Marx, petit-fils de K. Marx.

Membre de la S.F.I.O. et fondateur de son quotidien Le Populaire. Durant la I° guerre mondiale, il adopte des positions pacifistes mais vote invariablement les crédits de guerre au parlement.

Après la guerre, il est un dirigeant de premier plan de la S.F.I.O. En 1919, l'Internationale Communiste l'exclut explicitement du processus menant à la constitution du P.C.F. au congrès de Tours.

Il rejoint alors l'Internationale 2 1/2 et reviendra ultérieurement à la II° Internationale.

1913--1996- The Eger Family Association- pg.39

1913--1990- The Eger Family Association-אילן יח-

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Jean Laurent Frederick Longuet's Timeline

1876
May 10, 1876
London, Greater London, UK
1904
November 10, 1904
Age 28
Paris, Île-de-France, France
1938
September 11, 1938
Age 62
Aix-les-Bains, Rhône-Alpes, France
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