1817, Oct 141890, Apr 30
a Norwegian author, journalist, and the leader of the first Norwegian labor movement, later known as the Thrane movement (Norwegian: Thranebevegelsen). Although his movement only existed for a few years, Thrane's work was an important contribution in the politicization of the Norwegian worker. Indeed, the Thrane movement brought the rural and urban lower classes together in common cause for the first time in Norway.
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Carl Roosen
...Johanne Dorthea Thestrup. He was a brother-in-law of Marcus Thrane. He headed Trondhjems Ingeniørdetachement from...
Josephine Thrane
...activist. She was born in Bragernes, and was married to Marcus Thrane. From 1841 to 1846 she was running a private...
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