The retrospective history of the Federal Republic of Germany

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In Memory Of Karl And Rosa
Arm the Spirit. Briefly on Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, founders of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD), murdered on January 15, 1909, and the division in Germany's left today.
Why the German Republic Fell (1938)
By Bruno Heilig, originally for Land & Liberty. The author was a journalist in Berlin and then Prague at the time of the collapse of the Weimar Republic. Hitler didn't create Nazism; Nazism was the result of the decay of democracy.
By Ingrid Strobl, translated from Emma. Events leading up to the first Germany-wide pogrom against Jews in 1938, Kristallnacht.
Celebrating the heroes of the fight against fascism—Palestine-Berlin underground
By Hans Lebrecht, People's Weekly World. Lebrecht recalls his experiences in the underground Palestine Bureau in 1937, the Zionist movement, and as a member of the Palestine and German (KDP) Communist Parties early in World War II.
Review of Daniel Rogers, Politics after Hitler: The Western Allies and the German Party System
A review of a book on post-War Germany party politics and the effect upon it of the Allies.