What were the goals, nature and type of the November revolution in Germany (1918)?

By its nature, the November Revolution in Germany was bourgeois-democratic. In form, it was a proletarian movement, as Spartak representatives called it. The reasons for the start of the revolution were the population’s dissatisfaction with the current situation in the country: hunger reigned after the First World War, the emergence of large differences between the upper and lower estates, the lack of democratic rights among people, such as freedom of speech and choice.

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