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The Tribune’s front page on the day itself actually focused far more on a failed communist revolt in Germany, the Spartacist Uprising, and the death of famed revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg. By Jan. 17, 1919, Prohibition in the U.S. was a fait accompli.

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it would be pretty hilarious if sanders's leftist and centrist critics forced him to deliver a take on the spartacist uprising

March 1919 - Right-wing Freikorps volunteers pose by their armored car during street fighting to suppress another far-left Spartacist uprising in Berlin, Germany#100yearsago 

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March 1919 - German government-backed Freikorps paramilitary volunteers putting down new Spartacist uprising in Berlin#100yearsago 

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February 1919 - Germans in Munich protesting the killing of Spartacist leaders Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg during their Berlin Uprising the previous month #100yearsago 

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Mar 1, 1919 - Belgian sentries with a M1895 Colt-Browning machine-gun on the bridge over the River Rhine, during a far-left Spartacist uprising at Dusseldorf, Germany#100yearsago 

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Mar 1, 1919 - Barricades manned by occupying Belgian troops on a bridge over the Rhine at Dusseldorf, erected to prevent people from passing over it during the Spartacist uprising in that city #100yearsago 

January 1919 - Public funeral of people killed during the Spartacist uprising in Berlin, Germany#100yearsago 

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January 1919 - Freikorps sniper on the roof of a building in Berlin, during the Spartacist uprising #100yearsago 

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Jan 13, 1919 - New York Times: Hundreds dead as far-left Spartacist Uprising in Berlin is crushed #100yearsago 

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January 1919 - Hungry German civilians cut up a dead horse for meat during the Spartacist Uprising in Berlin #100yearsago 

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99 years ago today, revolutionary leaders Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht were assassinated by Freikorps, far-right paramilitary groups encouraged by the SPD government, after taking part and leading the Spartacist Uprising. Rest in power!

Karl Liebknecht was a German lawyer, socialist and revolutionary killed by the Freikorps death squad 99 years ago today along with his comrade Rosa Luxemburg after the Spartacist uprising. Today we want to remember his powerful words, that still resonate today.

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Freikorps utilize a captured British Mk IV tank to put down the Spartacist Uprising, Berlin, 1919

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Freikorps utilize a captured British Mk IV tank to put down the Spartacist Uprising, Berlin, 1919

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Barricade during the Spartacist uprising, Berlin, 1919

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