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German Revolution of 1918-1919
The German Revolution that followed the end of World War I, ending with the formation of the Weimar Republic.
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Sailors soon catch wind of an unapproved secret plot by top brass of the Navy to attack the British Royal Navy. Seeing the move as a suicide mission and peace talks in the works the navy men ignored orders to launch, and instead disarmed officers to take over the ships at both ports.
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Several leaders in Berlin declare the region a socialist republic.
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Wilhelm II leaves Germany for a life in exile in the Netherlands.
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Kurt Eisner was shot in the back by the German nationalist Anton Arco-Valley. Hitler attended the funeral.
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The leader of the Bavarian Red Army in Germany was shot dead.
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After being captured by German troops he is stoned to death by a mob.
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Klingelhofer a communist was executed after a court martial.
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Haase was shot three times by a man he was prosecuting named Johann Voss whom he was prosecuting for extortion. This stopped Haase from making accusations in the Reichstag about the political modivated murders of radicals in post-world war I Germany.
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After several failed operations including the amputation of his right leg Haase dies.