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  Philipp Scheidemann - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Philipp Scheidemann (26 July 1865–29 November 1939) was a German Social Democratic politician, who was responsible for the proclamation of the Republic on 9 November 1918, and who became the first Chancellor of the Weimar Republic.
Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the Provisional Government which followed for the next several months, and following the meeting of the National Assembly in Weimar in February 1919, Ebert was appointed Reich President, and Scheidemann became Chancellor, in coalition with the German Democratic Party and the Catholic Center Party.
Scheidemann resigned in June along with the DDP owing to disagreement with the Treaty of Versailles, and never again served in the government, although he remained active in politics, serving as Mayor of Kassel (1920-1925), and then again as a Reichstag delegate, where he exposed military opposition to the Republic.
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Philipp Scheidemann (26 July 1865 - 29 November 1939) was a German Social Democratic politician, who was responsible for the proclamation of the Republic on 9 November 1918, and who became the first Chancellor of the Weimar Republic.
Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the Provisional Government which followed for the next several months, and following the meeting of the National Assembly in Weimar in February 1919, Ebert was appointed President of Germany, and Scheidemann became Chancellor, in coalition with the German Democratic Party and the Catholic Center Party.
Scheidemann resigned in June along with the DDP due to disagreement with the Treaty of Versailles, and never again served in the government, although he remained active in politics, serving as Mayor of Kassel (1920-1925), and then again as a Reichstag delegate, where he exposed military opposition to the Republic.
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 First World War.com - Who's Who - Philipp Scheidemann
Philipp Scheidemann (1865-1939), the German socialist politician, ensured his place in history by declaring the creation of a German republic from the Reichstag balcony on 9 November 1918.
With military defeat imminent Scheidemann was invited to join Max von Baden's final imperial cabinet as a minister without portfolio in October 1918.
An assassination attempt having failed in 1922, Scheidemann died on 29 November 1939 in Copenhagen at the age of 74.
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 Philipp Scheidemann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Philipp Scheidemann (26 July 1865 - 29 November 1939) wasa German Social Democratic politician, who was responsible for the proclamation of the Republicon 9 November 1918, and who became thefirst Chancellor of the Weimar Republic.
Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the Provisional Government which followed for the next several months, and following the meeting of theNational Assembly in Weimar in February 1919,Ebert was appointed President of Germany, and Scheidemannbecame Chancellor, in coalition with the German Democratic Party and the Catholic Center Party.
Scheidemann resigned in June along withthe DDP due to disagreement with the Treaty of Versailles,and never again served in the government, although he remained active in politics, serving as Mayor of Kassel (1920-1925), and then again as a Reichstag delegate,where he exposed military opposition to the Republic.
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 Encyclopedia: Philipp-Scheidemann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the A provisional government is an emergency or interim government set up when a political void has been created by the collapse of a previous administration or regime.
Scheidemann resigned in June Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30   2005 June is the sixth month of the year in...
Philipp Scheidemann (The Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD –; Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands) is the second oldest political party of Germany still in existence and also one of the oldest and largest in the world, celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2003.
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Veit, Philipp Veit, Philippfē´lĬp fīt, 1793-1877, German historical painter; grandson of Moses Mendelssohn.
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 Gustav Bauer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Darkehmen near Königsberg in East Prussia, Bauer, who rose to notice through his leadership of a white-collar trade union, served from 1908 to 1918 as chairman of the General Commission of Trade Unions for all of Germany.
A member of the Reichstag, Bauer entered Prince Max of Baden's government in October 1918 as Minister of Labour, a role which he continued to hold in the government of Philipp Scheidemann after the war.
When Scheidemann resigned in June 1919 to protest the Treaty of Versailles, Bauer became Chancellor, serving until March 1920, when he resigned shortly after the failure of the Kapp Putsch.
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 Philipp Scheidemann articles and news from Start Learning Now   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Beginning his career as a journalist, Scheidemann became a Reichstag (institution)Reichstag delegate for the Social Democrats in 1903, and soon rose to be one of the principal leaders of the party.
Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the Provisional Government which followed for the next several months, and following the meeting of the National Assembly in Weimar in February 1919, Ebert was appointed ReichspräsidentReich President, and Scheidemann became Chancellor of GermanyChancellor, in coalition governmentcoalition with the German Democratic Party and the Catholic Center Party.
Scheidemann resigned in June along with the DDP owing to disagreement with the Treaty of Versailles, and never again served in the government, although he remained active in politics, serving as Mayor of Kassel (1920-1925), and then again as a Reichstag (institution)Reichstag delegate, where he exposed military opposition to the Republic.
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 Read about Philipp Scheidemann at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Philipp Scheidemann and learn about Philipp ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Reichstag delegate for the Social Democrats in 1903, and soon rose to be one of the principal leaders of the party.
Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the
Scheidemann resigned in June along with the DDP owing to disagreement with the Treaty of Versailles, and never again served in the government, although he remained active in politics, serving as Mayor of
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 Friedrich Ebert Information - TextSheet.com
The party's stance, under the leadership of Ebert and other revisionists like Philipp Scheidemann, in favor of the war eventually led to a split, with the more left wing elements in the party leaving in early 1917 to form the Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany (USPD).
When it became clear that the war was lost, a new government was formed by Prince Maximilian of Baden which included Ebert and other members of the Social Democratic party in October 1918.
Ebert led the new government for the next several months, notably using the army to suppress an uprising by the far left Spartacist movement of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht.
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 Biographie: Philipp Scheidemann, 1865-1939
Juli: Philipp Scheidemann wird als Sohn eines Tapezierer- und Polsterermeisters in Kassel geboren.
Scheidemann wird nach der Abspaltung der Unabhängigen Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands (USPD) neben Friedrich Ebert in den Parteivorstand der SPD gewählt.
Dezember: Scheidemann enthüllt im Reichstag die Zusammenarbeit von Reichswehr und Roter Armee, was zum Rücktritt des Kabinetts Marx führt.
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 Philipp Scheidemann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Philipp Scheidemann (el 26 de julio 1865-29 noviembre de 1939) era un político democrático social alemán, que eran responsable de la proclamación de la república el 9 de noviembre de 1918, y que hizo el primer canciller de la república de Weimar.
Scheidemann dimitió en junio junto con el DDP debido al desacuerdo con el tratado de Versalles, y sirvió nunca otra vez en el gobierno, aunque él seguía siendo activo en política, sirviendo como alcalde de Kassel (1920-1925), y entonces otra vez como delegado de Reichstag, donde él expuso la oposición militar a la república.
Scheidemann entró el exile que seguía la toma de posesión nazi en 1933, muriendo en Dinamarca poco después el brote de la segunda guerra mundial.
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Philipp Scheidemann 26 July 1865–29 November 1939 was a Germany German Social Democratic Party of Germany Social Democratic politician, who was responsible for the proclamation of the Republic on 9 November 1918, and who became the first Chancellor of Germany Chancellor of the Weimar Republic.
Beginning his career as a journalist, Scheidemann became a Reichstag institution Reichstag delegate for the Social Democrats in 1903, and soon rose to be one of the principal leaders of the party.
During the World War I First World War, Scheidemann, along with Friedrich Ebert was leader of the majority faction of the...
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William II abdicated and Social-Democrat Philipp Scheidemann proclaimed the German Republic.
Imperial Germany's collapse, the abdication of Wilhelm II, and the proclamation of the Republic on 9 November 1918 by Philipp Scheidemann of the Socialist Party, promised a new era.
MAGAZINES Art in America 11/1/1995 Galloway, David D. republic was proclaimed from a window of the Reichstag by Philipp Scheidemann, who became the nation's first chancellor.
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 Philipp - Georg Philipp Rugendas I Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Philipp Melanchthon, the German humanist and Reformer, I am the rough pioneer who must break the road; but Master Philipp comes along softly and gently,
He was succeeded by his godson Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
Georg Philipp Telemann was born in Magdeburg, now part of central Germany, in 1681.
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 NRW 2000 - Philipp Scheidemann
Bereits mit 18 Jahren trat Philipp Scheidemann der SPD bei und arbeitete ab 1895 als Redakteur bei verschiedenen Parteizeitungen.
Seine Partei berief ihn 1911 in den SPD-Vorstand.
Scheidemann fungierte als Hauptredner der Fraktion und verfolgte in dieser Position als Kriegsziel einen Verständigungsfrieden ohne Annexionen (Gebietsansprüche) und argumentierte damit gegen die gängige Kriegszielpropaganda.
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 GLASNOST Berlin - Manfred Behrend: Rezension - Frank R. Reitzle (Hrsg.): Philipp Scheidemann: Das historische Versagen ...
Solches ist in einer Mitte der 30er Jahre von Philipp Scheidemann (1865-1939) verfassten "Kritik der deutschen Sozialdemokratie und ihrer Führung" enthalten, die mit anderen zeitgenössischen Texten  erstmals in diesem Buch veröffentlicht wird.
Scheidemann trat demgegenüber nicht nur mit dem Satz "Welche Hand müsste nicht verdorren, die sich und uns in diese Fesseln legt?" (S. 129) hervor, sondern auch von seinem Posten zurück.
Scheidemann verlangte seine sofortige Entlassung, biss aber bei Ebert und Reichswehrminister Noske auf Granit.
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 Philipp Roth - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Philipp Roth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Philipp Roth - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Philipp Roth.
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Philipp Roth (March 6 1779 - January 27 1850) was a composer.
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 In the Throes of Revolution
Scheidemann for instance, exclaimed with absolute horror that he 'was carried shoulder high by soldiers decorated with the Iron Cross!' He urgently warned the Emperor's Palace: 'We have done all within our power to keep the masses in check,' and urged the Kaiser to abdicate in order to quell the anger of the workers.
A short time later Scheidemann was busy eating soup in the Reichstag restaurant when he heard loud cries from the crowd outside.
The aim of Ebert, Scheidemann, and the other social democratic leaders, was to re-establish law and order as quickly as possible, so that effective control and power could be handed back to the ruling class.
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