The Ruhr and revolution : the origin and course of the revolutionary movement in the Rhenish-Westphalian industrial region, 1912-1919
For more than a decade there has "been a strong revival of historical interest in the German revolution of 1918/19. Following a series of personal accounts given by participants shortly after the event the November Revolution and its aftermath, the time of the Workers' and Soldiers' Councils, quickly fell into oblivion. The official attitude of the Weimar Republic was to play down the revolution. It was referred to as a period of general unrest such as might be expected to follow defeat in war...[Show more]
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