Heimin

Heimin / 平民 [The Heimin], (San Francisco, CA/New York, NY)

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The Heimin was a monthly English-Japanese organ paper of Japanese socialists in the United States. It was first published by Sen Katayama in San Francisco in 1916. By 1917, the publisher moved to New York. Katayama helped organize labor unions among Japanese in the United States and promoted the socialist movement both in the United States and Japan. He later moved to the Soviet Union and became an officer of the Communist International (Comintern).

『平民』は米国の日本人社会主義者の月間機関紙で、日英二ヶ国語で発行された。1916年に片山潜がサンフランシスコで創刊、1917年にはニューヨークに移転した。片山は在米日本人の労働組合組織化を支援、日米の社会主義運動を促進した。後に、片山はソ連に渡り、コミンテルンの幹部になる。

Ebihara, Hachirō 蛯原八郎. 1936. Kaigai hōji shinbun zasshishi: furoku, Kaigai hōjin gaiji shinbun zasshishi 海外邦字新聞雜誌史 ; 附錄. 海外邦人外字新聞雜誌史. Tōkyō 東京: Gakuji Shoin 學而書院.

Nosaka Sanzō Shiryō Hensan Iinkai 野坂参三資料編纂委員会編. 1964. Nosaka Sanzō no ayunda michi 野坂参三のあゆんだ道. Tōkyō 東京: Shin Nihon Shuppansha 新日本出版社.

Heimin (San Francisco, CA), June, 1916. Accessed March 19, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/en/newspapers/hei19160731-01.1.4

Heimin (New York, NY), March, 1917. Accessed March 19, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/en/newspapers/hei19160731-01.1.4

”Katayama Sen shi 片山潜氏.” Nyū Yōku Shinpō, January 6, 1917. Accessed March 19, 2018. https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/en/newspapers/nys19170106-01

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