Years of Crisis, 1918-23. HI136, History of Germany Lecture 6. Did 1918 mark a break from the 19 th century? How revolutionary were the events of 1918? What compromises led to birth of the parliamentary republic?
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HI136, History of Germany
Philipp Scheidemann (marked by the cross) proclaims the formation of the German Republic from the window of the Reichstag, 9 November 1918
Street fighting in Berlin, January 1919
Below: Freikorpsentering Munich, May 1919Revolution in Bavaria
Source: John Traynor, Europe 1890-1990 (1993)
Left: Freikorps distribute leaflets in Berlin, March 1920
Right: Wolfgang Kapp, figurehead of the Kapp Putsch
Left: Left-wing unsurgents during the Ruhr Uprising, March 1920
Right: Soldiers killed in action during the uprising.
Defendants at the treason trial following the
Munich Beer Hall Pustsch. Ludendorff is in
The centre. Hitler is on his left.