Kapp Putsch attempted coup participants parade on streets of Berlin, Germany
Berlin Germany Date:1920, March 13 Duration:2 min 15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German right wing, conservatives, and monarchists during the Kapp Putsch or Kapp-Lüttwitz Putsch aimed at overthrowing the German Weimar Republic in 1920. Marchers gather and parade outside buildings in Berlin, Germany. They parade and demonstrate holding the Reichskriegsflagge flag with the German coat of arms. Members of the Marinebrigade Ehrhardt, with rudimentary swastika symbols on their helmets are seen handing out flyers to the crowd (The NSDAP Nazi Party was influenced to adopt the swastika in part by the use seen here). German troops relaxing. German coup co-leader Walther von Lüttwitz walks on street, followed by others, one of whom in the front left closest to the buildings appears to be Wolfgang Kapp. Luttwitz inspects German soldiers.
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