German army and Freikorps in Berlin during the Kapp Putsch of 1920
Berlin Germany Date:1920 Duration:2 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German army and Freicorps setting up positions as they establish themselves in Berlin during the Kapp Putsch of 1920. Civilians watch as the soldiers go about their activities, setting up machine guns and the like. A line of military trucks, displaying the Empire war flag. Crowd of civilians held back by barrier across the road.
Troops bivouacked near a building, with machine guns on the sidewalk in foreground and a field kitchen in background. The Reichskriegsflagge (Empire War Flag) displayed on the building. German soldiers prepare to operate armored cars. Turret turning on an Austin Armored Car Model 1914, rearmed with German Maxim Machine Guns. Several armored cars depart on patrol. They all display skull and cross bones. Soldiers distribute flyers announcing the monarchistischen Putsch (Monarchist coup). Soldiers eating food from their field kitchen. One displays the words kampfwagen and a skull and cross bones on his sleeve. Soldiers pose atop a wheeled heavy machine gun. View of crowds as seen from a moving vehicle. The Imperial war flag carried in the crowd.
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