Off with the crown of the tyrants of favor!
Down in the dust with the prince and the peer!
Strike off your chains, all ye brave sons of labor!
Wake all humanity, for victory is near.
1 - From the Rebel Song Book, Eighty-seven Socialist and Labor Songs for Voice and Piano, Rand School Press, New York, NY, 1935, p. 14
2 - Douglas Robson was a former coal miner who moved to Chicago where he became an IWW (International Workers of the World) singer and songwriter, who apparently did the translation but was falsely given the full credit for the song, apparently by the IWW.
3 - For the full history of the various versions of this song please see Warszawianka (1905), from Wikipedia.