Alojz Adamič

Louis Adamic (* 23. März 1899 in Blato, Slowenien; † 4. September 1951 bei Riegelsville, New Jersey, USA) war Journalist und Schriftsteller. 1913 wanderte er in die USA aus.[1] Zeitweise war er Mitglied der IWW.

Werke

  • Dynamit - Geschichte des Klassenkampfes in den USA (1880-1930). Trotzdem Verlag, ISBN 3-922209-89-0
  • My America: 1928-1938. Da Capo Press, ISBN 0-306-70801-9

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Einzelnachweise

  1. University of Minnesota, Imigration History Research Center (29. September 2008, englisch)

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