History of World War I and Its Aftermath: The Ludendorff Dictatorship’s Expansionist Policies in Europe

Shortly before midday on 9 November 1923, around 3,000 far-right insurgents began marching on Munich, Germany’s second largest city in the south of the country. Before these brownshirts had set out it was clear to the Nazi Party leader, the

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Shortly before midday on 9 November 1923, around 3,000 far-right insurgents began marching on Munich, Germany’s second largest city in the south of the country. Before these brownshirts had set out it was clear to the Nazi Party leader, the

The post History of World War I and Its Aftermath: The Ludendorff Dictatorship’s Expansionist Policies in Europe appeared first on Global Research.


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