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11th Class Chapter No 6 - Workers Movements in History for ISC

  • Industrial Revolution gave birth to new ideologies Socialism.
  • Socialists tried to remove poverty and sufferings of the working class by the distribution of wealth.
  • Karl Marx enunciated the theory of dialectic materialism and theory of value.
  • Socialism got reduced after the defeat of European Revolution of 1849.
  • The Socialists preached revolutionary ideals but Lassef believed in National Socialism.
  • The two Socialist factions worked out a joint programme named Gotha Programme in 1875, led to the formation of the united Social Democratic Party.
  • The strength of the Socialists lay in their ideas.
  • Germany lost the First World War.
  • In the election of 1919, Social Democrats gained majority.
  • Friedrich Ebert became the President of Republic.
  • In 1919, Communists led by Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg occupied large parts of Germany.
  • The Government managed to defeat the Communists and their leaders were executed.
  • During the later period, there were frequent clashes between the Nazis and the Communists.
  • When in power, Hitler took stern action against the trade unions and the Communists.
  • The word “Suffragette” was used to describe women campaigning for the right to vote.
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