Robert Grimm, né le 16 avril 1881 à Wald et mort le 8 mars 1958 à Berne, est un homme politique suisse.

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  • Robert Grimm, né le 16 avril 1881 à Wald et mort le 8 mars 1958 à Berne, est un homme politique suisse.
  • Robert Grimm (16 April 1881 – 8 March 1958) was the leading Swiss Socialist politician during the first half of the 20th century. As a leading member of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland he opposed the First World War. Grimm was the main organiser of the Zimmerwald Movement and the chairman of the International Socialist Commission in Berne 1915 – 1917. After the Grimm–Hoffmann Affair he had to resign from this function. Grimm was the leader of the Swiss General Strike in November 1918. The demands of the strike included the 48-hour working week, old-age pensions and women suffrage.Grimm was among the founders of the 2½ International. Heheld various parliamentary seats and executive functions from communal to federal level between 1909–1955. In 1946 he became President of the Swiss National Council. Grimm, Robert in German, French and Italian in the online Historical Dictionary of Switzerland. Robert Grimm Papers in the International Institute of Social History*
  • Robert Grimm (16 de abril de 1881 – 8 de marzo de 1958) fue un político socialista suizo y presidente del Consejo Nacional de Suiza.
  • Роберт Гримм (нем. Robert Grimm; 16 апреля 1881, Вальд — 8 марта 1958, Цюрих) — швейцарский социал-демократ, политик и публицист, один из лидеров Социал-демократической партии Швейцарии и II Интернационала, один из основателей Венского («двухсполовинного») Интернационала.
  • Robert Grimm (16 abril de 1881 - 8 março de 1958) foi um político socialista suíço.
  • Robert Grimm (* 16. April 1881 in Wald ZH; † 8. März 1958 in Bern) war ein sozialdemokratischer Schweizer Politiker und Publizist. Er war die treibende Kraft des Landesstreiks von 1918 und gilt als eine der entscheidenden Figuren der schweizerischen Arbeiterbewegung.
  • Robert Grimm (Wald, 16 april 1881 - Bern, 8 maart 1958), was een Zwitsers sociaaldemocratisch politicus en vakbondsman.Robert Grimm sloot zich in 1899 aan bij de Sociaaldemocratische Partij van Duitsland (SPD) en in 1905 bij de Sociaaldemocratische Partij van Zwitserland (SPS).
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  • Robert Grimm, né le 16 avril 1881 à Wald et mort le 8 mars 1958 à Berne, est un homme politique suisse.
  • Robert Grimm (16 de abril de 1881 – 8 de marzo de 1958) fue un político socialista suizo y presidente del Consejo Nacional de Suiza.
  • Роберт Гримм (нем. Robert Grimm; 16 апреля 1881, Вальд — 8 марта 1958, Цюрих) — швейцарский социал-демократ, политик и публицист, один из лидеров Социал-демократической партии Швейцарии и II Интернационала, один из основателей Венского («двухсполовинного») Интернационала.
  • Robert Grimm (16 abril de 1881 - 8 março de 1958) foi um político socialista suíço.
  • Robert Grimm (* 16. April 1881 in Wald ZH; † 8. März 1958 in Bern) war ein sozialdemokratischer Schweizer Politiker und Publizist. Er war die treibende Kraft des Landesstreiks von 1918 und gilt als eine der entscheidenden Figuren der schweizerischen Arbeiterbewegung.
  • Robert Grimm (Wald, 16 april 1881 - Bern, 8 maart 1958), was een Zwitsers sociaaldemocratisch politicus en vakbondsman.Robert Grimm sloot zich in 1899 aan bij de Sociaaldemocratische Partij van Duitsland (SPD) en in 1905 bij de Sociaaldemocratische Partij van Zwitserland (SPS).
  • Robert Grimm (16 April 1881 – 8 March 1958) was the leading Swiss Socialist politician during the first half of the 20th century. As a leading member of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland he opposed the First World War. Grimm was the main organiser of the Zimmerwald Movement and the chairman of the International Socialist Commission in Berne 1915 – 1917. After the Grimm–Hoffmann Affair he had to resign from this function.
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