Die Feierlichkeiten anlässlich des Begräbnisses von Kurt Eisner, München 1919

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Image: The place where Kurt Eisner was shot. Munich. Corner of the promenade square, crowd before the fenced murder site, which is covered with a wreath.
Arrival of the mourning masses on the Theresienwiese. Pan people flowing to, including many soldiers, Hall of Fame with Bavaria, speaker's podium with speakers on the Theresienwiese, before that.
The associations of Penzberg and Peißenberg in their historic uniforms. In formation that took miners in Knappschaft uniforms.
The funeral procession. Munich streets with the funeral procession and crowd accompanying him. Funeral procession is led by Militätkapelle, behind civilians in frock coat and with cylinder, presumably officials, in the platoon again marching bands, individual wreath secondments, numerous soldiers without badges, probably soldier councils.
The foreign delegations. Funeral procession.
The ceremony at the cemetery. Cemetery entrance, coming of the funeral train, including riders, flag secondments.
-Film breaks down.

Persons in the Film

Eisner, Kurt

Topics

Weimarer Republik ; Weimar - erste deutsche Demokratie ; Erschließung Bundesarchiv Koblenz

Genre

Sach- und Ereignisdokument; Report

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Title:

Die Feierlichkeiten anlässlich des Begräbnisses von Kurt Eisner, München

Country of Origin:
Deutsches Reich (bis 1945)

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Production:
1919

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