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Documents - Beginnings: War and Revolution
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21.   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....
22.   Felix Gilbert on the Legacies of the Revolution (Retrospective Account, 1988)

23.   Philipp Scheidemann against the Ratification of the Versailles Treaty (May 12, 1919)

24.   Versailles Treaty, Articles 27-30: Germany's Borders (June 28, 1919)

25.   Versailles Treaty, Articles 100-108: Free City of Danzig (June 28, 1919)

26.   Versailles Treaty, Articles 119-127: German Colonies (June 28, 1919)

27.   Versailles Treaty, Articles 159-163: Effectives and Cadres of the German Army (June 28, 1919)

28.   Versailles Treaty, Articles 231-238: Reparations (June 28, 1919)

29.   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....
30.   The Constitution of the German Empire of August 11, 1919 (Weimar Constitution)

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