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Arbejderbevægelsen
1. Hvem var Karl Marx? Han var en tysk sociolog, politisk økonom og filosof. Han er grundlægger af hvad han man kalder for den videnskabelige socialisme. Man anser ham for at være den mest betydningsfulde person i socialismens historie.
2. Hvem var Louis Pio? Han var en dansk socialistisk pioner, der grundlagde den socialistiske arbejderbevægelse i Danmark.
3. Hvad var Internationale?
Det var en arbejderbevægelse, hvor der så blev oprettet en dansk afdeling af Louis Pio i 1870, som blev kaldt Den Internationale Arbejderforening for Danmark. Det var en bevægelse der fik rigtig mange medlemmer på kort tid. Der var nogle forskellige dele af internationale, den første del var fra 1864-1876 og den endte på baggrund af forskellene mellem anarkister og marxister. Den anden del var fra 1889-1916 og den afsluttes så pga. Første Verdenskrig. Den tredje del var fra 1919-1943 og var rent kommunistisk
4. Gå på Youtube og find den danske og russiske udgave af sangen Internationale. Sangen er en kamp mod kapitalismen, som man, på tværs af de europæiske lande, havde som et slags fælleskab i kampen mod kapitalismen.

Rejs jer, fordømte her på jorden,
rejs dig, du sultens slavehær!
I rettens krater buldrer torden, nu er det sidste udbrud nær.
Bryd kun fortids møre mur i stykker, slaveskare, der er kaldt; snart verdens grundvold sig forrykker, fra intet da vi bliver alt!
/:Vågn til kamp af jer dvale, til den allersidste dyst; – og internationale slår bro fra kyst til kyst.:/

5. Redegør for arbejderbevægelsens udvikling fra 1870 til 1924. Inddrag samarbejdet mellem Socialdemokratiet og fagbevægelsen. Inddrag dannelsen af VSP og DKP. Fra omkring 1870 begyndte danske arbejdere at organisere sig på socialistisk grundlad, inspireret af udviklingen i andre europæiske lande. Bevægelsen byggede på Karl Marx ideer. Det var Louis Pio der startede…...

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