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Revolution 1918  In December 1918 the Spartacists stopped referring to themselves as such and began calling themselves Communists. They attempted to take control of the country prior to scheduled elections. The lack of any kokarde on the soldiers' caps and the presence of sailors in Berlin strongly suggest to me that these are some Communist revolutionaries fighting with an armored car in Berlin.The car is worth a view by itself.

Berlin, November Revolution Mit dem Pnzer im Hof des Stadtschlosses.

A line of armed revolutionaries in a Berlin street during the German Revolution of 1918 - 1919.

A line of armed revolutionaries of the Spartacist movement stand in a Berlin street during the German Revolution of 1918 -

Revolution in Berlin, MG-Posten vor dem Schloss

Revolution in Berlin, MG-Posten vor dem Schloss, November 1918

Communists rally in Berlin in the autumn of 1918 in the wake of the German Revolution

Communists rally in Berlin in the autumn of 1918 in the wake of the German Revolution

Spartacists carry the red flag through the streets of Berlin in their call for a revolution on 1 December 1918.

The glittery times of the Berlin cabaret! As promised, the continuation of post Where does Berlin come from – Part I, about the history of Berlin… After the WWI and the German Revolution in 1918 the Emperor Wilhelm II abdicated … Continue reading →

A photograph of an armored car on the streets of Munich on May 2, 1919, filled with armed Freikorps soldiers out to shoot some Communists. This is an early Hoffman Real photo postcard, signed in the negative

A photograph of an armored car on the streets of Munich on May filled with armed Freikorps soldiers out to shoot some Communists. This is an early Hoffman Real photo postcard, signed in the negative

portrait of the cuban revolutionary camilo cienfuegos.    well camilo is one hot burly gent and if che is right then via-con-dios. “at the risk of seeming ridiculous, let me say that the true revolutionary is guided by a great feeling of love. it is impossible to think of a genuine revolutionary lacking this quality… “ – ernesto che guevara

portrait of the cuban revolutionary camilo cienfuegos. well camilo is one hot burly gent and if che is right then via-con-dios. “at the risk of seeming ridiculous, let me say that the true revolutionary is guided by a great feeling…

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Berlin The SPD defence minister raised a freikorps that ejected the communists from the government quarter and thwarted their attempted coup. Trivia: If you look closely, these men are wearing.

Interior of the Reichstag building after the Battle of Berlin, May 1945.    The walls were covered with soviet graffiti.

The inside of the Reichstag, destroyed by the fighting and covered in Red Army graffiti, June 1945 -demons

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German soldiers and civilians man a machine gun during the Spartacist Uprising, January 1919

10 January, 1923. Four years after the end of World War I, President Warren G. Harding orders U.S. occupation troops stationed in Germany to return home.

10 January, Four years after the end of World War I, President Warren G. Harding orders U. occupation troops stationed in Germany to return home.

Jochen, his father, Woldemar Peiper and his brother, Horst Peiper. Christmas 1939 in Berlin. ”

Joachim Peiper (left) with his father, Captain Waldemar Peiper and his brother, Horst Peiper in 1939

Revolutionaries battle in the streets during the German Spartacist Uprising of 1919. (Libcom)

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov: Revolutionaries battle in the streets during the German Spartacist Uprising of (Libcom)

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