Der Kapp-Putsch in Berlin 01.03.1920

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Columns of soldiers, accompanied by a large crowd of civilians marching under den Linden Boulevard, the Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz and the Reich Chancellery; mounted officers, including General Walther Lüttwitz, which cheers a crowd at the Brandenburg Gate; Armoured cars, machine guns, guns, roadblocks, identity checks by military, field kitchens and camping soldiers in Berlin streets and places, including in front of the hotel "Kaiserhof". Captain Lieutenant Hermann Ehrhardt sits in the back of an open car, members of the Brigade Ehrhardt - with swastikas on the steel helmet - distribute leaflets. The Reich war flag is always accompanied by marching, camping and exerzierenden soldiers, is used also on the Brandenburg Gate; the soldiers of the Brigade Ehrhardt (black red) carrying the flag of the Empire in their leaflet distribution. The members of the MITRE "Government" General Lüttwitz, Traugott Jagow and Gottfried Traub, accompanied by General Walter sleeves, go to the Reich Chancellery.

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Lüttwitz, Walther von; Traub, Gottfried; Hülsen, Walter von; Jagow, Traugott von; Ehrhardt, Hermann

Topics

Gesellschaft; Policy; Weimarer Republik; Weimar - erste deutsche Demokratie; Erschließung Bundesarchiv Koblenz; Demonstration; Berlin; Kapp-Putsch

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Title:

Der Kapp-Putsch in Berlin

Country of Origin:
Deutsches Reich (bis 1945)

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Date of Production:
01.03.1920

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