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  • Luxembourg - a small country in west Europe
  • Luxembourg (city) - the capital city of the country
  • Luxembourg (district) - a district in the country
  • Luxembourg, province of Belgium
  • Luxemburg, Iowa - a city in the USA
  • Luxemburg, Wisconsin - a village in the USA
  • Luxembourg Garden, Paris, France
  • Luxemburg Township, Minnesota - a township in the USA
  • Radio Luxembourg
  • the House of Luxemburg, a medieval Bavarian royal family
  • Rosa Luxemburg, a Polish-German Marxist revolutionary.

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Rosa Luxemburg (1308 words)
Rosa Luxemburg, the youngest of five children of a lower middle-class Jewish family was born in Zamosc, in the Polish area of Russia, on 5th March, 1871.
A committed revolutionary, Luxemburg campaigned with Karl Kautsky against the revisionist Eduard Bernstein, who argued that the best way to obtain socialism in an industrialized country was through trade union activity and parliamentary politics.
Luxemburg was not released until October, 1918, when Max von Baden granted an amnesty to all political prisoners.
Rosa Luxemburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3444 words)
Luxemburg and hundreds of others were captured, tortured, and killed; Since their deaths, Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht have attained great symbolic status amongst democratic socialists and some Marxists.
Luxemburg wanted to organise a general strike to rouse the workers into solidarity and prevent war, but the party leadership refused, and in 1910 she split off from Kautsky.
Luxemburg was battered to death with rifle butts and thrown into a nearby river and Liebknecht was shot in the back of the head then deposited as an unknown body in a nearby mortuary.
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