The rise and fall of German communism 

Before it was relegated to the status of prelude to Hitler, the Weimar Republic once boasted one of the largest workers’ movements in the world. How a society founded on a mass proletarian revolution could give rise to the epitome of fascist barbarism has long been a puzzle for historians. A central piece in this puzzle is the strange story of German Communism.

Source: The rise and fall of German communism | International Socialist Review

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