German revolution and after by Heinrich StroМ€bel

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Published by Jarrolds in London .

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  • Germany -- History -- 1918-1933.,
  • Germany -- History -- Revolution, 1918.

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Statementby Heinrich Ströbel ; translated by H.J. Stenning.
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Pagination320p. ;
Number of Pages320
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Open LibraryOL18946596M

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They were a series of loosely coordinated protests and rebellions in the states of the German Confederation, including the Austrian Location: German states, Central Europe. Dr Karl Liebknecht proclaims a German socialist republic during the German Revolution in November The German Revolution was a period of turmoil and political change that began at the end of World War I and ended with the adoption of the Weimar of its pivotal events included the Kiel mutiny, the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the formation of the Weimar Council of.

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