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31.   Paul von Hindenburg's Testimony before the Parliamentary Investigatory Committee ["The Stab in the Back"] (November 18, 1919)
The “stab-in-the-back” legend [Dolchstoßlegende] was a central theme of the nationalist right-wing....
32.   Morgan Philips Price on Workers’ Councils and the Kapp Putsch (March-April, 1920)
Morgan Philips Price, a member of the Labour Party and a critic of Great Britain’s participation in the First World War, worked for the London Daily Herald in Berlin between1919 and 1923.....
33.   Arnold Brecht on the Kapp Putsch in 1920 (Retrospective Account, 1966)
As part of the demobilization of the army stipulated by the Treaty of Versailles, the Allies pressed Germany to disband the Free Corps [Freikorps]. General Walther von Lüttwitz – head of Reichswehr....
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