What is Luxemburg?

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Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
... The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation (Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung) is a German research foundation associated with The Left party ... It was named after Rosa Luxemburg ... Since 1999, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation has been able to grant scholarships to nearly 900 students (including doctoral students) from Germany and abroad ...
Present-day Luxemburgism
... In 2002 ten thousand people marched in Berlin for Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht and another 90,000 people laid carnations on their graves ... socialists, whether they see themselves as Luxemburgist or not, Rosa Luxemburg was a martyr for revolutionary socialism ... Trotskyists and left communists, consider Rosa Luxemburg to have been an important influence on their theory and politics ...
London Conference Of 1867
... occasion of the conference was the necessity of settling the status of the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, which, after the downfall of the First Napoleon, had been added to the dominions of the King ... Notwithstanding the dissolution of the confederation, Luxemburg continued to be occupied by Prussian troops, the French government insisting upon the removal ... In a collective guarantee, such as this treaty with Luxemburg, the major signatories would act in concert or would not be required to act at all ...

More definitions of "Luxemburg":

  • (noun): A grand duchy (a constitutional monarchy) landlocked in northwestern Europe between France and Belgium and Germany; an international financial center.
    Synonyms: Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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    That is Lenin. Look at the self-willed, stubborn head. A real Russian peasant’s head with a few faintly Asiatic lines. That man will try to overturn mountains. Perhaps he will be crushed by them. But he will never yield.
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    Freedom is always and exclusively freedom for the one who thinks differently.
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