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Europe in the 1920's

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Europe after ww1 Europe in the 1920?s Germany From the German Point of View Lost?but not forgotten country. Baltic states Germany loses territory to Denmark, Poland. Gives Alsace Loraine. Stabbed in the back theory Veterans thought they fought too hard to loose- somebody must have screwed them over from within Jews Also thought the politicians shouldn?t have surrendered and signed armistice Revolutions Tons of communist revolutions in 1918 None were successful German Freikorps are instrumental in putting down the revolutions In between police and military Because of the armistice they can?t have a large army, so they can join this. Communists were led by Rosa Luxemburg who lead the Sparticist league She was murdered by the freikorps Weimar Republic is the government Elected officials
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