Kurt Eisner , born the May 14th 1867 with Berlin and dead the February 21st 1919 Munich, was a politician, writer and German Philosophe which had a big role in 1918 during the Révolution of November, taking part in the inversion of monarchy in Bavaria.
It published a study on Friedrich Nietzsche, then was journalist with the Frankfurter Zeitung , and finally became editor in 1898 with Vorwärts , the central newspaper of the social democrat Parti (SPD). It took Bavarian nationality. It was of Jewish origin.
He was opposed to the support Empire for the Austria-Hungary against the Serbia, but however he supported the government at the beginning of the First World War. In 1917, it adopted the pacifist theses and joined the independent social democrat Parti (SPD) of which it quickly became one of the chiefs. Stopped in 1918, it was released shortly after.
In November 1918, it contributed to the inversion of Bavarian monarchy and proclaimed the republic, of which he was the first minister-president and the Foreign Minister. He died assassinated by a lieutenant of the guard, the count Arco Valley, on February 21st, 1919.
- Eisner, Kurt. (2006). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Bond reached on July 14th, 2006 of the Service premium of Encyclopædia Britannica
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