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1918 - The Revolution in Germany: Scheidemann proclaiming the German Republic out of a window in the Reichstag (00:09:08)
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1918 - The Revolution in Germany: Scheidemann proclaiming the German Republic out of a window in the Reichstag

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Location and time:

Germany, Berlin, 09-11-1918

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On November 9th, 1918, a man leans out of a window in the Reichstag and proclaims the Republic. Philipp Scheidemann was a German Social Democratic politican and the first who became Chancellor of the Weimar Republic.

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Halem, Gustav von

(born in 1899) , speaking German:
-  "„They were just poor devils, who had to face with death day by day. Without any acknowledgement. And without the unbelievable mental enthusiasm, which had been the atmosphere in the beginning of the war. But after seeing the victims, there was no enthusiasm left. "

Eschenburg, Theodor

(witness when the german revolution was, 1918) , speaking German:
-  "„We heard a huge detonation at 6 in the morning. We woke up and my father said, it must have been the British. So we kept on sleeping.” "

Felder, Josef

(Reichstag - representative) , speaking German:
-  "There was no revolution. Ebert was a man, who wanted development and not revolution. He wanted an evolutionary development, which would consolidate the democracy and would lead to build a democratic constitutional state. "

Strese, Hans

(witness in the german revolution) , speaking German:
-  "„When announcing the republic, a huge crowd assembled”. "

Strese, Hans

(witness in the german revolution) , speaking German:
-  "„At that time there were no loudspeakers, so the news spread by word-of-mouth. To hear the original voice was impossible, I remember this clearly.” "

Feldmann, Ernst

(soldier in the german revolution, 1918) , speaking German:
-  "„ The watchword of the revolutionists was: down with lights, get the knives and go! Of course they were talking about the officers.” "

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1999

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