GRAMOTA Publishers suggests publishing your scientific articles in periodicals
Pedagogy. Theory & PracticePhilology. Theory & PracticeManuscript

Archive of Scientific Articles

SOURCE:   Manuscript. Tambov: Gramota, 2020. № 3. P. 56-61.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Historical Sciences and Archeology
To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

License Agreement on scientific materials use.

https://doi.org/10.30853/manuscript.2020.3.11

Political Paradoxes of November Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Germany

Plenkov Oleg Yur'evich, Samylov Oleg Valer'evich
Saint Petersburg University

Emperor Alexander I Saint Petersburg State Transport University


Submitted: 13.01.2020.
Abstract. The article identifies distorted and politicized interpretations of November Revolution in Germany, from recognition of full dependence of the new authorities on the armed forces and monopoly capital to interpreting the revolution as a chain of mistakes and betrayals of democracy on the part of left-wing parties. The authors consider development of the revolutionary movement of 1918 in Bavaria against the background of the First World War. The paper emphasizes that the described events were spontaneous mobilization of right-wing forces rather than a social revolution.
Key words and phrases: Германия, Ноябрьская революция, Первая мировая война, коммунисты, социал-демократы, анархисты, правые силы, Germany, November Revolution, The First World War, communists, social democrats, anarchists, right-wing forces.
Open the whole article in PDF format. Free PDF-files viewer can be downloaded here.

 

References:
  1. Morris Ya. Voina! Dlya chego ona nuzhna?: konflikt i progress tsivilizatsii - ot primatov do robotov. M.: Kuchkovo pole, 2016. 592 s.
  2. Popov G. G. Krakh kaizerovskoi Germanii. Ot Brestskogo mira k Noyabr'skoi revolyutsii. M.: Veche, 2019. 320 s.
  3. Takman B. Oda politicheskoi gluposti. Ot Troi do V'etnama. M.: AST, 2014. 540 s.
  4. Ferster V. Protivostoyanie fyureru. Tragediya rukovoditelya nemetskogo Genshtaba. 1933-1944. M.: Tsentrpoligraf, 2008. 253 s.
  5. Fergusson N. Der falsche Krieg. Der Erste Weltkrieg und das 20. Jahrhundert. Aus dem Englischen von Klaus Kochmann. Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 2002. 564 S.
  6. Haffner S. Der Verrat: Deutschland 1918/1919. M?nchen: C. H. Beck, 1995. 287 S.
  7. Haffner S., Venohr W. Preu?ische Profile. K?nigsten/Ts.: Athen?um, 1980. 268 S.
  8. Krockow Chr. Graf von. Die Deutschen in ihrem Jahrhundert 1890-1990. Reinbeck bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1992. 579 S.
  9. Lesebuch Weimarer Republik: Deutsche Schriftsteller und ihr Staat von 1918 bis 1933 / hrsg. von S. Reinhardt. Berlin: Propyleen, 1982. 345 S.
  10. Lutz R. H. The German Revolution (1918-1919). Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1922. 186 p.
  11. Maser W. Deutschland: Traum oder Trauma. M?nchen: Droemer Knaur, 1984. 672 S.
  12. Nolte E. Der Faschismus in seiner Epoche. Action fran?aise - Italienischer Faschismus - Nationalsozialismus. M?nchen: Piper, 1963. 795 S.
  13. Rosenberg A. Entstehung und Geschichte der Weimarer Republik. Frankfurt/M.: Europ?ische Verlag, 1955. 502 S.
  14. Schulze H. Weimar. Deutschland, 1917-1933. Berlin: Siedler, 2004. 462 S.
  15. Seeckt H. von. Deutschland zwischen Ost und West. Heidelberg: Hanseatische Verlagsanstalt, 1933. 87 S.

To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

© 2006-2021 GRAMOTA Publishers

site development and search engine optimization (seo): krav.ru