The Spartacist Uprising of 1919 and the Crisis of the German Socialist Movement: a Study of the Relation of Political Theory and Party Practice

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Index
Abteilung Luettwitz (Army Corps Lu- ettwitz), 180n, 183n
Agents provocateurs,174, 174n
Agitation, 128n
Anti-Bolshevik Liga, 125
Anti-Fascist Front, 205
Anti-socialist law of 1878, 5, 8
Arbeiterpolitik,46
Association for Combatting Bolshevism, 194n
Ballod, Karl, 118n
Barth, Emil, 37n, 47, 48n, 77, 78, 90n, 91, 94, 109n, 135, 146, 166, 211
Bauer, Gustav, 37n, 72, 89
Bebel, August, 25n, 26
Bergstraesser, Ludwig, 82n
--, on January uprising, 192n
Berlau, Joseph A., 78
Berlin Citizens' Council, 162
Berliner Lokal-Anzeiger, occupied by Spartacists, 102n
Bernstein, Eduard, 9, 41n, 49, 147n, 171n, 174n, 175n, 185n, 190, 211, 216n
Bismarck, Otto von, 5
Bolshevik Revolution, 1917, 100
--, example of council dictatorship, 101
--, impact on socialist factions, 56-57
--, influence on German Revolution, 64-65
Borchardt, Julian, 45, 46, 51
Borkenau, Franz, 216
Brachner, Karl Dietrich, 213n
Braun, Otto, 34n, 122
Bremen Group see Left Radicals
Brest-Litovsk, peace negotiations, 63
--, peace treaty, 65n
Bukharin, N., 138
Burgfrieden,35, 36, 36n
Calwer, Richard, 10
Carr, E. H., 212n
Catholic workers, 64
Center Party, 64, 91
Central soldiers' council of the Supreme Command of the Army, 96n
Circus Busch, 94, 95, 95n, 134
Citizen Guard, 194
Coalition government, October 1918, 272
Cohen-Reuss, Max, 140, 143
Cohn, Oskar, 193n
Communist International, 52n, 222
Communist Party of Germany, see also Spartacist League
Communist Party of Germany (Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands, KPD), 44, 168-69, 169n, 172, 196, 199, 204, 204n, 211, 216, 221, 222, 223
--, Central Committee, 156, 185, 186
--, criticism of Spartacist policies, 199f
--, Founding Congress, 139n, 150-158
--, membership, January 1919, 157, 157n
--, on break of Spartacists with USPD, 199n, 203, 203n
--, on coup d'état,164, 164n, 169, 169n
--, on divided labor movement, 204-05
--, on Eichhorn incident, 169n
--, on January uprising, 188-90
--, on participation in January uprising, 187n, 188
--, propaganda against United States, 209n
Conservative Party, 70, 70n
--, opposition to coalition government of October 1918, 74
Constitutional Reform, October, 1918, 72
Conze, Werner, 213, 213n

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