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Note: any relation to Camilla (nee Weissbart) Unger daughter-in-law of Johanna (nee Hein) Ungar (1820 - 11/9/1906 Vienna) NFPmore?
Note: wikipedia Friedrich Adler whose assassination of Count Stürgkh (below) caused additional turmoil within the Fischl family, since Anna Weiszbart - top had rented a room to him when he was still a student. "..Friedrich, editor of Der Kampf magazine, good friend of Albert Einstein geni, was engaged in the international trade union movement and in 1911 he gave up his scientific activities to become the secretary-general of the SPÖ in Vienna, an office he held until 1914. He became the spokesperson of the left wing of the party and after the start of the WW-I he agitated particularly against the SPÖ's policy of supporting the war. In his fight against the war policy of Austria-Hungary Adler resorted to drastic measures. On 10/21/1916, in the dining room of the Viennese hotel Meißl und Schadn, he shot the Minister-President of Austria Count Karl von Stürgkh 3 times with a pistol, killing him. For his crime Adler was sentenced to death, a sentence which was commuted to 18 years imprisonment. After the outbreak of the revolution of 1918 he was released and played a significant role as the leader of the Arbeiterräte (workers' councils) and as a member of the National Council of Austria. From the mid-1920s he was primarily active in the Socialist International, serving as secretary-general for over 15 years. After the outbreak of WW-II Adler fled to the USA. In 1946 he retired from politics and edited his father Victor's exchange of letters with August Bebel and Karl Kautsky"AND wiki. Victor Adler; "founded the Socialist movement in Austria and created the Marxist journals Gleicheit (Equality) in 1886 and Arbeiterzeitung (Workers' Paper) in 1889. That year he participated in the Hainfelder Parteitag, the conference which took part in Hainfeld to form the Social Democratic Party of Austria. As a member of the provincial parliament (from 1905) he played a leading role in the fight for universal suffrage. Before WW-1, Adler was a moderate social democrat and leader of the Socialist Party in Vienna. He publicly backed the Imperial government's decision to go to war, but had private misgivings
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