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  • proper noun The traditional hymn of the groups of proletarians organized to fight the bourgeois and capitalist society.


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  • Guthrie was a socialist, sure, but the Internationale is a call to arms to abolish private property, eliminate international borders, and throw off your chains and rise up to smash the state.

    Boing Boing: April 3, 2005 - April 9, 2005 Archives

  • Even the BSO freelancer situation, which I've said and continue to say stinks (for Christ's sake, I quoted the frickin 'Internationale in my original post on it): if the full-timers had stuck up for their freelance colleagues, that would have been nice, but three years hence, the BSO doesn't seem to be having any trouble finding freelancers at reduced rates.

    In the ballpark

  • As a gesture of protest, when her classmates sang the "Internationale" -- the global socialist anthem -- she sang it in English, not German or Russian.


  • "Internationale" - it was good to see the proud expressions on the veterans 'faces, and those of their friends and families.

    Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion

  • As the body was lowered into the grave, a Soviet military band crashed out the opening chords of the "Internationale" - the tune whose words and music had accompanied Kotane throughout his career in politics and most vividly expressed the brotherhood of man for which he had been fighting.

    Moses Kotane

  • The Internationale is the hymn of the Fourth International Communist Party.

    Boing Boing: April 3, 2005 - April 9, 2005 Archives

  • The Internationale is the Buckeye state's favourite ...

    Poll: Tight Race In Ohio

  • The main entertainment room was called the Internationale and held sixteen hundred people for the dinner show and nineteen hundred for the late show.

    Women I Have Dressed (and Undressed!)

  • For a New 'Internationale' - The New York Review of Books

    For a New 'Internationale'

  • A small but not insignificant detail is that the "Internationale" sung by the Chinese students in June was also a product of that French Revolutionary tradition belittled by O'Brien.

    Librarian's Holiday


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