Wilhelmine Kähler (née Moss) (3 April 1864, Kellinghusen, Duchy of Holstein – 22 February 1941, Bonn) was a German politician, representative of the Social Democratic Party, and labor activist. She was in the 1890s the only woman in the leadership of German labor unions.

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  • Wilhelmine Kähler (née Moss) (3 April 1864, Kellinghusen, Duchy of Holstein – 22 February 1941, Bonn) was a German politician, representative of the Social Democratic Party, and labor activist. She was in the 1890s the only woman in the leadership of German labor unions. (en)
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  • Wilhelmine Kähler (née Moss) (3 April 1864, Kellinghusen, Duchy of Holstein – 22 February 1941, Bonn) was a German politician, representative of the Social Democratic Party, and labor activist. She was in the 1890s the only woman in the leadership of German labor unions. (en)
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