Auteur: Broué, Pierre
Titel: The German Revolution, 1917-1923
A survey of six years of struggles in Germany in the wake of the Russian revolution. This definitive account focuses on the evolution of working class politics, especially in and between the Independent Social Democratic Party, the Communist Party, and the nascent Communist International. Broué considers the impact of the murders of Rosa Luxemburg and other leaders of the KPD, by state sponsored armed forces, and traces the role of Paul Levi and of Karl Radek.
2006, 991 pag., Euro 50,5
Merlin, Lüneburg, ISBN 9780850365795
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