1919 in Germany
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List of years in Germany
Events in the year 1919 in Germany.
- Friedrich Ebert (Social Democrats) ("Head of Government") to 11 February, then Philipp Scheidemann (Social Democrats) to 20 June, then Gustav Bauer (Social Democrats)
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- The Spartacist uprising started on January 5 and ended on January 15.
- The Weimar Republic was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles under threat of continued Allied advance, which effectively ended World War I.
- Adolf Hitler spies on the German's Worker Party meeting in 1919 for the Reichswehr.
- March 3 - Loki Schmidt, German environmentalist, wife of Helmut Schmidt (died 2010)
- May 16 - Albert Osswald, German politician (died 1996)
- July 8 - Walter Scheel, German politician (died 2016)
- December 31 - Artur Fischer, German inventor (died 2016)
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- January 4 - Georg von Hertling, German politician, Chancellor of Germany (born 1843)
- 26 January — Hermann von Bönninghausen, German athlete and World War I veteran (born 1888)
- 5 March - Rosa Luxemburg, German politician (born 1871)
- July 2 - Friedrich Soennecken, German entrepreneur and inventor (born 1848)
- May 28 - Friedrich Sigmund Merkel German anatomist and histopathologist (born 1845)
- July 15 - Hermann Emil Fischer, German chemist (born 1852)
- 2 August — Otto Kissenberth, German World War I flying ace (born 1893)
- August 9 - Ernst Haeckel, German biologist, naturalist, philosopher and physician (born 1834)
- 13 August - Karl Liebknecht, German politician (born 1871)
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