Barricade in Berlin on Jan 1919 during the Spartacist uprising. Its suppression marked the end of the German Revolution. The revolutionary period lasted from November 1918 until the establishment in August 1919 of a republic (which later became known as the Weimar Republic).

Barricade during the Spartacist uprising, Berlin, 1919 [[MORE]] Via wikicommons.

Spartacist uprising - Wikipedia

Spartacist uprising - Wikipedia

Freikorps utilize a captured British Mk IV tank to put down the Spartacist Uprising, Berlin, 1919 via reddit

Freikorps utilize a captured British Mk IV tank to put down the Spartacist Uprising, Berlin, 1919

German Freikorps Fighting the Spartacist uprising in Berlin 1919

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georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:  Revolutionaries battle in the streets during the German Spartacist Uprising of 1919. (Libcom)

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov: Revolutionaries battle in the streets during the German Spartacist Uprising of (Libcom)

January, 1919. Spartacist Uprising.

German Revolution A government soldier (white armband) is pictured in combat position in Berlin, Germany, during the street fights.

Spartacist uprising : Freikorps in action

British Steel – a british Mk IV tank captured by the german army in now used by Freikorps units during the supression of the Spartacist uprising in Berlin, January 1919

Uncredited Photographer     Funeral Demonstration Honoring Murdered German Radicals Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, Berlin, 1919  Liebknecht and Luxemburg were revolutionaries who had long been active on the German left.  In 1919, they leaders of the revolutionary Spartacist Uprising in Berlin, which was an attempt to establish a socialist society in the chaos of Germany following the World War I and the collapse of the Kaiser’s kingdom.    Both Liebknecht and Luxemburg were kidnapped by…

Uncredited Photographer Funeral Demonstration Honoring Murdered German Radicals Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, Berlin, 1919 Liebknecht and Luxemburg were revolutionaries who had long been active on the German left. In 1919, they leaders of the revolutionary Spartacist Uprising in Berlin, which was an attempt to establish a socialist society in the chaos of Germany following the World War I and the collapse of the Kaiser’s kingdom. Both Liebknecht and Luxemburg were kidnapped by…

A Christmas meeting of anti-Spartacists in defence of Bremen in the Red Gymnasium. The Spartacist uprising, also known as the January uprising, was a general strike in Germany from 4 to 15 January 1919

Fascinating pictures show British troops in Germany between wars

A Christmas meeting of anti-Spartacists in defence of Bremen in the Red Gymnasium. The Spartacist uprising, also known as the January uprising, was a general strike in Germany from 4 to 15 January 1919

Crowded trains Overcrowded trains in Berlin due to a strike of railway employees during the Spartacist uprising - 1919

Crowded trains Overcrowded trains in Berlin due to a strike of railway employees during the Spartacist uprising - 1919

Socialist revolutionaries man a Berlin barricade during the short lived Spartacist Uprising in January, 1919. They were quickly crushed by the Freikorps with the blessing of the Provisional...

Socialist revolutionaries man a Berlin barricade during the short lived Spartacist Uprising in January, They were quickly crushed by the Freikorps with the blessing of the Provisional Government.

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Spartacist fighters defending a barricade during the Spartacist Uprising in Berlin,

Members of the Freikorps during the Spartacist Uprising, 5 Jan 1919

Members of the Freikorps during the Spartacist Uprising, 5 Jan 1919

German soldiers and civilians man a machine gun during the Spartacist Uprising, January 1919

Members of the Spartacus League, some in their old uniforms but many in civilian clothing, man an on the streets of Berlin during the German Revolution of One of the many socialist.

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