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The German Revolution 1917-1923


Manufacturer: Haymarket Books

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"Germany from 1917 to 1923 was the scene of the greatest working class revolutionary upsurge ever in an advanced capitalist country. With the old order disintegrating under the hammer blows of military defeat and economic collapse, parties and groupuscles, trade unions and factory committees battled employers, the government and paramilitaries to inaugurate a new proletarian order.

In his monumental classic, Broué follows the revolutionary process from the standpoint of the revolutionaries and their multiple organisations, strewn across Europe and Russia, as they struggled to impose conceptual order on the unprecedented cataclysms unfolding before them, to frame strategies and tactics and to win over the mass movements, in intense competition with their communist, sovialist and anarchist rivals." - Robert Brenner Professor and Director, UCLA Centre for Social Theory and Comparative History.

Haymarket Books, authored by Pierre Broué.

Product Code: 9781931859325

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