International academic correspondence on the history of the German labor movement

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International academic correspondence
on the history of the German labor movement

description historical and political science journal
Area of ​​Expertise History of the German labor movement
language German
publishing company Hist. Commission in Berlin 1965–1995
Otto Suhr Institute 1996–2006
First edition 1965
Frequency of publication quarterly
Editor-in-chief Andreas G. Graf
editor Peter Steinbach
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The International Scientific Correspondence on the History of the German Labor Movement (IWK) was a history and political science journal that appeared four times a year. It was published at the Otto Suhr Institute under the direction of Peter Steinbach .

The magazine appeared since 1965. It contained articles on the history of the German labor movement in the broadest sense. In addition to political organizations, trade unions and cultural organizations were also taken into account. In addition to essays and source editions, current research projects as well as conference reports, reviews and miscommunications were published.

Initially, the magazine was a publication of the Historical Commission in Berlin . From 1996 to 2008 she was responsible for the Free University of Berlin . The editorial office was based in Berlin .

The new publisher was supposed to be the International Institute for Social History (IISG) in Amsterdam , but funding failed. There are no bibliographically verifiable issues published by the IISG. The magazine discontinued its publication with the 2006 volume, the last issue of which was not published until 2008.

The journal's scientific advisory board included Andreas G. Graf , Helga Grebing , Peter Lösche , Hans Mommsen , Henryk Skrzypczak and Hermann Weber .

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