MIA: Encyclopedia of Marxism: Glossary of Periodicals
Die Gleichheit (Equality)
A Social-Democratic fortnightly, an organ of the women’s labour movement in Germany, and then of the international women’s movement; published at Stuttgart from 1890 to 1925; from 1892 to 1917 it was edited by Clara Zetkin.
A fortnightly journal published in Munich and subsequently in Berlin between 1915-25 by Parvus (A. L. Gelfand), member of the German Social-Democratic Party.
Die Internationale Sozialistische Kommission zu Bern. Bulletin
the I.S.C. organ form September 1915 to January 1917. It was published in English, French, and German. There were six issues in all.
Die Jugendinternationale (Youth International)
Organ of the International Union of Socialist Youth Organisations associated with the Zimmerwald Left. Published in Zurich from September 1915 to May 1918.
Die Neue Zeit
A magazine – the theoretical organ of German Social-Democratic Workers' Party, published in Stuttgart from 1883 to 1923.
The journal was edited by K. Kautsky from its creation until October 1917, and then by H. Cunow. Some of the writings of the founders of Marxism were first published in this journal, among them K. Marx's Critique of the Gotha Programme and Engels's "Criticism of the Draft Social-Democratic Programme of 1891". Other prominent leaders of the German and international labour movement who contributed to the journal at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries were A. Bebel, K. Kautsky, W. Liebknecht, R. Luxemburg, F. Mehring, Clara Zetkin, G. V. Plekhanov and P. Lafargue.
Beginning with the late nineties, the journal raised controversy by publishing articles by revisionists, including a series of articles by E. Bernstein "Problems of Socialism". During World War I the journal took a centrist stand.