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The German Revolution, 1917-1923 (Historical Materialism Book) (Historical Materialism Book Series) [Paperback]

Pierre Broue
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Table of Contents

Abbreviations and Acronyms Foreword to the English Edition Preface 1. The Battlefield 2. Social Democracy Before 1914 3. The Lefts in German Social Democracy Part 1 - From War to Revolution: The Vicory and Defeat of Ultra-Leftism 4. The War and the Crisis of Social Democracy 5. The Foudnation of the independent Social-Democratic Party 6. The Rise of the Revolutionary Movement 7. Problems of the Wordl Revolution 8. The November Revolution 9. The Period of Dual Power 10. The Crisis in the Socialist Movement 11. The Foudation of the Communist Party of Germany Part 2 - The Attempt to Define the Role of a Communist Party 13. The Noske Period 14. Stabilisation in Germany and World Revolution 15. The Communist Party After January 1919 16. The Ultra-Left Opposition and the Split 17. The Problem of Centrism 18. The Kapp Putsch 19. The Communist Party at the Crossroads 20. Moscow and the German Revolutionaries 21. THe Great Hopes of 1920 22. Paul Levi: A German Conception of Communism 23. The First Steps of the Unified Communist Party 24. The Split in the Italian Socialist Party 25. The March Action 26. Aftermath of a Defeat 27. The Moscow Compromise Part 3 - From the Conquest of the Masses to a Defeat Without a Fight 28. Unity Preserved With Difficulty 29. A New Start 30. The Rapallo Turn 31. For the United Front Against Poverty and Reaction 32. The 'Mass Communist Party' 33. The Workers' Government 34. The Developments of the Tactic 35. The Occupation of the Ruhr 36. Crisis in the KPD 37. An Unprecedented Pre-evolutionary Situation 38. The Overthrow of the Cuno Government 39. Preparing the Insurrection 40. Moscow's View of the German Revolution 41. The German October 41. Aftermath of Another Defeat Part 4 - An Undertaking Condemned by History? 43. History and Politics 44. Grafting Bolshevism onto German Stock 45. Paul Levi: The Lost Opportunity? 46. Karl Radek: The Confusion of Styles? 47. Balance Sheet of a Defeat Chronology Bibliography Bibliograhical Details

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