William Pelz. The Spartakusbund and the German Working Class Movement, 1914-1919.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

William Pelz. The Spartakusbund and the German Working Class Movement, 1914-1919.

Primera edición, Lewiston, N.Y., Mellen Press, 1988, 430 páginas.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I

THE MAKING of the GERMAN WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT

CHAPTER II

THE TWO SOULS of GERMAN SOCIALISM: REFORMIST versus REVOLUTIONARY POLITICS

CHAPTER III

THE KAISER’S WAR and the POPULAR RESPONSE

CHAPTER IV

THE KAISER GOES, the SOCIAL DEMOCRATS REMAIN: THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT in GERMANY, NOVEMBER—DECEMBER, 1918

CHAPTER V

THE BIRTH of GERMAN COMMUNISM: LUXEMBURG, LIEBKNECHT and the founding of the KPD

CHAPTER VI

PROVOCATION and ASSASSINATION—BERLIN’S JANUARY DAYS: THE MURDER of LUXEMBURG and LIEBKNECHT

CHAPTER VII

THE WAR for WORKERS’ MINDS: IDEOLOGICAL HEGEMONY and the GERMAN REVOLUTIONARY LEFT

CHAPTER VIII

THE SOCIAL BASE of the SPARTAKUSBUND: RABBLE or WORKERS?

CHAPTER IX

HAMMER OR ANVIL BE: THE LEGACY of the SPARTAKUSBUND

BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES

II. PRIMARY SOURCES

III. SECONDARY SOURCES

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