On the 7th November the Bavarian Soviet Republic was declared in Munich, just one example of the many political troubles which threatened to overwhelm Germany at that time. As the First World War drew to a close, it seemed as though Germany might follow Russia into the throes of revolution and civil war.
The navy command decided that a "final battle" had to be fought in order to keep up the reputation of the service. They feared that in a post-war Germany the navy would not have the attention and funds it had had before the war if they didn't sail for a last "glorious action".
The sailors thought that the war was already lost and had no wish to die in a senseless battle. Thus they started a revolt. For fear of punishment they had no other chance but to spread their revolt.
Whereever they went, the old order collapsed on first sight. Now only did the political parties of left wing become involved. The interesting point is not the revolt, but the fightless remise of the old order.
The German people wanted the war to end, they believed in Wilson's 14 points. But that is not necessarily the reason why the old order collapsed so swiftly. Current researches think that the war had shown that the old order with all the princes and princlings was only ballast that easily could be thrown over board.
Germany technically was already a modern mass democracy, one needed only to get rid of some ancient aristocrats, which had lost their legitimation because they were no longer leading the people.The lesson that comes with this assessment, The German Revolution of , will help you improve your understanding of the topics covered in this assessment, and: How WWI weakened the .
German Revolution Le Prolétaire – The Tragedy of the German Proletariat in the First Post-War Period We present here in English the International Communist Party’s account and analysis of the struggles of revolutionary and counter-revolutionary forces in Germany in the first post war period, published in eight separate parts in The German Revolution of Chapter 22 ), German Admirals Franz von Hipper and Reinhard Scheer prepared to fight an unauthorized naval battle against the British.
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The German Revolution of Objectives. To study in depth about the causes of the German Revolution; To study in depth about the events of the German Revolution; General. The politically driven civil conflict in Germany at the end of World War I which resulted in the replacement of Germany's imperial government with a republic;.
The German Revolution of took place in a hall. The things taking place were not a revolution. There was no spiritual preparation, no leaders ready in the dark; no revolutionary goals. The German Revolution, Posted on June 21, by History In An Hour Every year the picturesque city of Munich hosts the world famous Oktoberfest, but this modern-day image of beer tents, parties and traditional dress contrasts sharply with the scenes that played out in this same city just under a hundred years ago. The German Revolution as the politically-driven civil conflict in Germany at the end of World War I, which resulted in the replacement of Germany's imperial government with a republic.
The German Revolution of Chapter 22 ), German Admirals Franz von Hipper and Reinhard Scheer prepared to fight an unauthorized naval battle against the British.
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