The Wilhelmshaven Revolt

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by ‘ Ikarus’ (Ernst Schneider) A Chapter of the Revolutionary Movement in the German Navy 1918-1919. In 1918…

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by ‘ Ikarus’ (Ernst Schneider)

A Chapter of the Revolutionary Movement in the German Navy 1918-1919.

In 1918 the war-weary German sailors and soldiers mutinied, and a radical uprising launched the German Revolution. Wilhemshaven, on the North Sea, was a leading centre of the revolt. The revolutionary ‘Ikarus’, a participant in the events at Wilhelmshaven, gives an account of this crucial episode in the mutinies that ended World War 1.
past tense World War 1 Series, no 3

45 pages
Black and White

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