THE MURDER OF ROSA LUXEMBURG
In a compelling, pacey narrative, the author picks apart the murder of radical German leaders Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht in 1919, revealing for the first time who exactly shot Luxemburg. Employing his skills as a screenwriter, Gietinger conducts a disturbing investigation into the most vicious expression of power politics, revealing a vivid history of the German Revolution. Illus.
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