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The World Socialist Web Site received numerous comments on the statement of the Socialist Equality Party (UK) calling for an active boycott of the June 23 referendum on British membership in the European Union. Many readers enthusiastically supported ...
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The Freikorps was the name given to various militia groups that sprang up immediately after WW I because in a lot of areas there was not any effective government for a while. The politics of the Freikorps varied quite a lot.
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As an example, a battle took place in the streets of Munich in May of 1919 between the swastika-helmeted Freikorps brigades (a kind of militia or paramilitary force made up of former German soldiers) and the Reds. The Freikorps eventually won and saved ...
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