Anarchism by Dr. Paul Eltzbacher

Anarchism

By Dr. Paul Eltzbacher

  • Release Date: 1969-12-31
  • Genre: Politics & Current Affairs
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According to Wikipedia: "Paul Eltzbacher, (February 18, 1868 in Cologne to October 25, 1928 in Berlin), was a Jewish German law professor… After World War I Eltzbacher was an adherent to Bolshevism. He suggested in his work "Der Bolschewismus und die deutsche Zukunft" (1919) that Germany's interests would be best served by adopting a Bolshevik regime. As a member of the Reichstag, Eltzbacher argued in April 1919 for complete state ownership without compensation. The Deutsche Tageszeitung newspaper dubbed Eltzbacher's new theory as National Bolshevism. Paul Eltzbacher was a brother of the author Ellis Barker, who emigrated to Great Britain and gained fame and influence as one of the most active haters of his German homeland.”

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