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Communist Party Headquarters Raided by Nazi Police

German Anti-Communist Poster from 1918; "Bolshevism Brings Unemployment and Starvation"
Source: Wikipedia

In a raid on Communist Party headquarters in Berlin (the Karl-Liebknecht-Haus), Nazi police claim to discover plans for a revolutionary uprising.

Most communist leaders had long-since fled, either going underground or going abroad, because of the brutal campaign of suppression which the Nazi Party has been using against them. Nevertheless, the Nazis are able to use this to crack down even harder on German communists by claiming that they represent an immanent threat to the security of the state.

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