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Lecture 6

JS 211gw Lecture 6: JS 211 lecture 6

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Department
Judaic Studies
Course Code
JS 211gw
Professor
Gillerman Sharon

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19:31 Nearing the end of the war Revolutionary Sailors in Kiel, November 1918 Victory was promised to Germans in 1914 when the war began By 1918 1 million Germans had been killed Why was Germany not winning and being killed Germans began to fear a revolution People thougth Germany would become communist from the war November 9 , 1918 The emperor that ruled Germany was dethroned and he flees He knows the monarchy is at its end A man gets up speaking from a balcony and announces… “long live the Germany republic” This was Phillip Sheidemann He was a member of the SPD Proclaims a republic in Berlin Two competing forces in 1914 Germany in a state of collapse Hope for a brand new future for Germany Two utterly polarized directions shaping the country Hopeful Can make a new world The end of civilization as we know it Movement for gay rights in Berlin New art/ new forms of modern art The height of modernism Some of the art was hypercritical of the war Collages Bertolt Bracht Wrote plays Also an architectural movement Bauhaus movement Bruno Taut Worker’sz Housing in Berlin Remaking social and political power Magnus Hirschfeld 1868-1935 Walter Rathenau (1867-1922) Foreign Minister Highest position held by Jew Hated by radical right as a Jew, a man who sought compromise with Allies Hated as a Democrat Political beneficiary of revolution of 1918 Immensely wealthy capitalist 1. Revolution a civil conflict in the German Empire at the end of the First World War that r
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