Franz Koritschoner

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Franz Koritschoner (1891–1942) was an Austrian communist politician. Koritschoner was one of the founders of the Communist Party of Austria in 1918, and a member of its Central Committee until 1927. He edited the central party organ, Die Rote Fahne.[1]

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