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German government troops recapture Berlin strongholds
BERLIN, Jan. 10, 1919 (UP) - The position of the Ebert-Scheidemann government is growing stronger every hour, while the number of insurgents demonstrating is rapidly diminishing, it was officially announced today.
German Reds defeated; Hindenburg and Ebert reconcile, gain control over rioters
PARIS, Jan. 10, 1919 (UP) - Chancellor Ebert is master of the situation in Berlin, a Zurich dispatch to L'Information said today.
Rumor death of German Spartacan leader Liebknecht
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 11, 1919 (UP) - Reports were received here today that Carl Liebknecht, leader of the Spartacan revolutionists, was killed during the street fighting in Berlin Thursday evening.
UP correspondent Graudenz arrested by German troops, released
By JOHN GRAUDENZ, United Press Staff Correspondent
BERLIN, Jan. 11, 1919 (UP) - While en route to the scene of the attack on the Vorwaerts Building today I was arrested by government troops, but was later released.
Germany's Ebert government ousted
By CARL D. GROAT
BERLIN, March 13, 1920 (UP) - The government of President Ebert has been overthrown.
Washington not surprised at fall of Berlin cabinet
By GEORGE HOLMES
WASHINGTON, May 5, 1921 (UP) - The fall of the German ministry, the imminence of which has been forecast in confidential state department advices for a week past, did not surprise official Washington.
French soldiers march under old flag of Napoleon
By ED HULLINGER
PARIS, May 5, 1921 (UP) - Tattered banners that fluttered over Napoleon's "Old Grumblers" as they marched from victory to victory, floated with the tri-color today over a new generation of soldiers.
Coup attempt fails, Ludendorff arrested, Hitler flees
BERLIN, Nov. 9, 1923 (UP) - The second serious attempt to restore a monarchy in Germany failed today.
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