Vienna Union

Vienna Union

or

Vienna International

n
(Historical Terms) the Vienna Union an international conference of socialists who came together in Vienna in 1921 in an attempt to reconstruct a united International by offering an alternative to the right-wing remnant of the Second International and to the Comintern: merged into the Labour and Socialist International in 1923. Also known as: the Two-and-a-half International
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