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A member of the Spartacus League.
- ‘The Republic faced opposition from the extreme left by Spartacists who resorted to force in efforts to overturn the Republic.’
- ‘In December she co-founded the German Communist Party which was essentially made up of Spartacists.’
- ‘No I don't know who she is, except that she was caught up in a Spartacist revolt and murdered by anti-socialist soldiers in 1919.’
- ‘This inspired the Spartacists, who renamed themselves the German Communist Party on December 30th, 1918.’
- ‘The communists and Spartacists are few and far between these days.’
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