||Arnold Zweig, Reflections on the Revolution (Retrospective Account, 1947/48)
In 1914, writer Arnold Zweig greeted the outbreak of war with enthusiasm. He did so because he believed not only in Germany’s cultural and moral superiority, but also in a “cultural community” to....
||Arnold Brecht on the Versailles Treaty (Retrospective Account, 1966)
On June 16, 1919, the Entente powers presented Germany with an ultimatum: the government was to accept the Versailles Treaty or run the risk of invasion. The members of the German National Assembly....