Printing has an important place in the history of organized labor and stand for emancipation and humanrights: 150 Years ago, on the 20. Mai 1886 in Leipzig, was formed the Association of German book printers "Verband der deutschen Buchdrucker". Therefore Paula Thiese was the first woman leading the nationwide labour union "Nationaler Buchdrucker-Verein" (national Printers' Association).


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