International Working Men's Association, 1864
Association internationale des travailleurs, 1864 (AIT)
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1864-09-28 London UK
28 Sep 1864, London (UK). Also known as First International -- Première internationale. H-XH3597 - Communist League, set up Jun 1847, London, and dissolved 17 Nov 1852, was a forerunner. AIT Central Council was H-XH0335 - General Council of the International Brotherhood of Workers. Split in 1872, at The Hague (Netherlands) Congress. Formally disbanded in 1876, at Philadelphia Conference. Despite revival attempts up to 1881, ceased to exist as an organized movement. AIT was itself a forerunner of: H-XH0182 - Second International; H-XH0139 - International Working Union of Socialist Parties, also referred to as 'Vienna Union' or 'Second-and-a-Half International'; H-XH3670 - Communist International (Comintern), also known as 'Third International'; H-XH2471 - International Socialist Office, also known as 'International Socialist Bureau (ISB)'; H-XH3774 - Labour and Socialist International (LSI). Historically instrumental in setting up F-XF3220 - Socialist International (SI), 1951, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR), following the work of H-XH0411 - Comité international socialiste consultatif (COMISCO), set up 1947, which was seen as re-establishing the LSI.
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