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A very German revolution? The 1918-1920 settlement reconsidered

Fischer, Conan J. (2006) A very German revolution? The 1918-1920 settlement reconsidered. German Historical Institute London Bulletin, 28 (2). pp. 6-32. ISSN 0269-8552

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Abstract

Deeply controversial during the Weimar era itself, the German Revolution of 1918-20 has remained the object of heated scholarly dispute. That said, few if any historians have seen fit to challenge the basic image of failure that haunts Weimar's birth agonies and wider history.