Die Neue Zeit
- For Neue Zeit of the German Democratic Republic, see Neue Zeit (East Germany)
Die Neue Zeit ("The New Times") was a German socialist theoretical journal of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) that was published from 1883 to 1923. Its headquarters was in Stuttgart, Germany.
History and profile
Founded by leading socialist politicians and theorists, the magazine's first edition was released on 1 January 1883. After the abolishment of the Anti-Socialist Laws, the magazine was transformed from a monthly into a weekly on 1 October 1890. In 1901 it became the official magazine of the SPD and its property. The magazine's decline and end came with the hyperinflation of the 1920s. it became the most important organ of the SPD, competing with Sozialistische Monatshefte. It was edited by Karl Kautsky and Emanuel Wurm until their withdrawal from the SPD in 1917. Following that, Heinrich Cunow took over as its chief editor.
- Eduard Bernstein
- Wilhelm Blos
- Heinrich Cunow
- Friedrich Engels
- Paul Ernst
- Konrad Haenisch
- Rudolf Hilferding
- Karl Kautsky
- Karl Korn
- Gustav Landauer
- Paul Lensch
- Wilhelm Liebknecht
- Rosa Luxemburg
- Karl Marx
- Franz Mehring
- Anton Pannekoek
- Alexander Parvus
- Georgi Plekhanov
- Christian Rakovsky
- Friedrich Schrader
- Leon Trotsky, through Kautsky
- Julie Zadek
- "Neue Zeit (Stuttgart 1823-1923)". Marxists. Retrieved 18 February 2017.
- Literaturkritik in Deutschland an der Universität Marburg (GERMAN)
- Die "Sozialistischen Monatshefte" (1895/96 - 1933)
- Home: German Historical Institute London (GHIL) Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.
- Chronik der deutschen Sozialdemokratie. - Band 2. - Stichtag: 1. April 1924
- Die Neue Zeit Online in the digital library (Digitalen Bibliothek) of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Friedrich Ebert Foundation)
- An issue of Die Neue Zeit from 1893
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