Thursday, March 17, 2016

WW1: Strength in War, Fight for Victory

The poster says strength in war, fight for victory. The galvanizing force of WW1 would linger on afterwards in Germany. Many far right and far left foot soldiers had enjoyed the taste of blood they had from WW1 and wanted a fight in Weimar Germany. Many other young men felt they missed out on their chance for an awesome fight to prove their mettle. This is why Weimar politics was so bloody; both sides wanted a fight.

1 comment:

Mike said...


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