Adler, Victor

(1852–1918)
   Austrian labour leader. Born in Prague and taken to Vienna, Adler became a prominent figure in the international labour movement. He united the disorganized Austrian working classes into a strong political party, the Austrian Social Democratic Party (1888), and led its moderate wing. He became the editor of the influential socialist daily paper, Arbeiter Zeitung (1894), was a member of the Austrian parliament (1905–18), and for a few days in 1918 served as foreign minister in the revolutionary government. After his marriage Adler converted to Roman Catholicism and became an anti-Zionist.

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