Spartakusbund and the German Working Class Movement, 1914-1919

Author: Pelz, William
Year:1987
Pages:423
ISBN:0-88946-355-7
978-0-88946-355-4
Price:259.95
Attempts to put the Spartakusbund into an objective context by examining its activities during the years of 1914-1919.

Reviews

". . . a credible and meticulously documented account . . . highly readable and engrossing book . . . provides much-needed background on a vital chapter in working-class history . . . well worth reading." - The People

". . . Pelz provides clear summaries of the sailors' mutiny in Kiel, the political events in Berlin which led to the declaration of the Republic, the establishment and disintegration of the coalition government and the uprising in Berlin.. ." - Socialism and Democracy

". . . authoritative, forcefully argued and meticulously researched book on the history of the embryonic German Communist Party. . . . " - Journal of European Studies