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What is the germany revolution?

The German Revolution began on 29th October 1918, when sailors at Kiel refused to obey orders and engage in battle with the British Navy. The sailors in the German Navy mutinied and set up councils based on the soviets in Russia. By 6th November the revolution had spread to the Western Front and all major cities and ports in Germany.On 7th November, 1918, Kurt Eisner, leader of the Independent Socialist Party, declared Bavaria a Socialist Republic. Eisner made it clear that this revolution was different from the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia and announced that all private property would be protected by the new government.On 9th November, 1918, Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated and the Chancellor, Max von Baden, handed power over to Friedrich Ebert, the leader of the German Social Democrat Party.In Bavaia Kurt Eisner formed a coalition with the German Social Democrat Party in the National Assembly. Eisner's rule was short-lived as he was assassinated by Anton Graf Arco, a fanatical nationalist, on 21st February, 1919.

Fearing a counter-revolution, supporters of Eisner established Soldiers' and Workers' Councils and took over the government from the National Assembly. Eugen Levine, a member of the German Communist Party (KPD), became the new leader of the Bavarian Republic.Inspired by the events of the October Revolution, Levine ordered the expropriated of luxury flats and gave them to the homeless. Factories were to be run by joint councils of workers and owners and workers' control of industry and plans were made to abolish paper money. Levine, like the Bolsheviks had done in Russia, established Red Guard units to defend the revolution.In January, 1919, the Spartakist Rising, led by Rosa Luxemburg, Leo Jogiches, Clara Zetkin and Karl Liebknecht took place in Berlin.Friedrich Ebert now saw his own power under threat and called in the German Army and the Freikorps to bring an end to the rebellion. By 13th January the rebellion had been crushed and its leaders, including Rosa Luxemburg, Karl Liebknecht and Leo Jogiches had been captured and executed.With Freikorps units massing on Bavaria's northern borders, the Red Guards began arresting people they considered to be hostile to the new regime. On 29th April, 1919, eight men were executed after being found guilty of being right-wing spies.Friedrich Ebert, the Chancellor of Germany, now ordered the German Army and the Freikorps into Bavaria. They quickly gained control and over the next few weeks an estimate 700 men and women were captured and executed. Eugen Levine was arrested and after being found guilty of being involved in the execution of the eight spies, was shot by a firing squad.

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Does anyone know the correct trivia answers for Chicago’s US 99.5 for June 16, 2008?

Does anyone know the correct trivia answers for Chicago’s US 99.5 for June 16, 2008?

What are the correct Listen & Win as well as the correct trivia answers for US 99.f for Monday June 16,2008?

Champions Chris Weinke is the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers and played his college football at Florida State where he won little trophy called the Heisman. How old was Weinke when he won the Heisman? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)28,Country Music Trivia How many inductees were the first to join the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - a)3,Extraordinary In 1984, the cloning of DNA sequences was an extinct animal that had inhabited South Africa was reported. The animal was horse-like with Zebra stripes around its neck. What was the animal's name? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)Quagga,

Famous Firsts The Swiss Army Knife is a brand of multi-function pocket knife or multi tool. Swiss native, Karl Eisner, created the predecessor to the Swiss Army Knife, with a knife called the "Soldier's Knife" after discovering the pocket knives supplied to the Swiss Army were made in Germany. In what year did he create this knife? (Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) - c)1891,Spiral Frog Trivia 1,000,000 songs & videos for you at Spiral Frog! For 2500 Points: When you click on Artists, what is the last artist featured under the letter K? - Kyra and Tully,Villains of the Silver Screen In the 1977 movie, Star Wars, the sinister Darth Vader says, "A tremor in the force. The last time I felt it was in the presence of my old master." Who is Vader talking about?(Enter in the LETTER of the corresponding answer) -c)Obi-Wan

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Remind yourself: Vacation is not a luxury. "You owe it to yourself, your family, and your company to take care of yourself by stepping out of the office for at least a few days at a time," says Liz Bywater, president of the Bywater Consulting Group, which helps improve organizational performance.

Put aside some funds each week. "Even $50 a week [or less] can add up and make your trip happen," says Robinson.

Plan leisure activities near home. "Stay at home and read, garden, hike, jog, bike, or whatever you like to do but never have enough time for during the weekends," say the Sindells. "Or be a tourist in your own city."

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Surveys For Monday June 16,2008 - Celebs In The News

Mariah Carey (39) and Nick Cannon (27) recently married after a very, very short engagement. This is Carey's second marriage and Cannon's first marriage, though he was engaged to Victoria Secret model Selita Ebanks.

1. Do you think this is a marriage made in Heaven or doomed from the start?

They seem happy. I think they'll last.

Not a chance. Take out your egg timers.

Surveys For Monday June 16,2008 Continued(Part 2) - Fabulous Films The 1968 movie, Bullitt, starring Steve McQueen invented the high speed chase car sequence in the movies. From that launching board, there has been a number of fabulous car chase scenes in the movies that have rivaled McQueen's in his Ford Mustang.

1. Of the below movies, which one would you say has the best car chase?

The Borne Supremacy

Ronin

Gone in Sixty Seconds

The Road Warrior

Surveys For Monday June 16,2008 Continued(Part 3) - World News The number of worldwide mobile phone users rose to 3.3 billion at the end of 2007, with Africa making the greatest gains over the past two years. Nearly two-thirds of of all moblile phone subscribers were from developing countries at the end of 2007.

1. Do you think this is a positive trend or are humans becoming too attached to their mobile phones?

Yes, definitely a positive trend. The developing countries are catching up, which is great!

No, not happy about it. Glad to see developing countries making use of available technology, but I have had it with mobile phones being everywhere.

Who started the tradition of going to Disney World after winning the Superbowl?

Who started the tradition of going to Disney World after winning the Superbowl?

It's right in wikipedia:

In his 1998 memoir Work in Progress, Disney CEO Michael Eisner credited his wife, Jane, with the idea for the campaign. According to Eisner, during the January 1987 grand opening for the Star Tours attraction at Disneyland, the couple dined with Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager, who in December 1986 had piloted the first aircraft to fly around the world without stopping or refueling. After Jane Eisner asked what the pilots planned to do next, they replied, "Well, we're going to Disneyland." She later told her husband the phrase would make a great advertising campaign.

Weeks later, Disney launched the series following Super Bowl XXI on January 25, 1987 with a commercial featuring New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms. Simms was paid a reported $75,000 for his participation. The company later aired three more ads that year with other athletes following major sports championships.

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