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  1. Philipp Heinrich Scheidemann (26 July 1865 – 29 November 1939) was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). On 9 November 1918, in the midst of the German Revolution of 1918–19, he proclaimed Germany a republic. Later, beginning in the early part of the following year, he became the second head of government of the Weimar Republic, acting in this post for 127 days.

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  3. Philipp Scheidemann - Wikipedia

    Philipp Heinrich Scheidemann (26 July 1865 – 29 November 1939) was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). In the first quarter of the 20th century he played a leading role in both his party and in the young Weimar Republic. During the German Revolution of 1918–1919 that broke out after Germany's defeat in World ...

  4. Philipp Scheidemann | German politician | Britannica

    Philipp Scheidemann, (born July 26, 1865, Kassel, Hesse-Kassel [Germany]—died Nov. 29, 1939, Copenhagen, Den.), German Social Democratic politician who, without party or government authorization, on Nov. 9, 1918, made the Weimar Republic a fact by proclaiming it from the balcony of the Reichstag. He later became the republic’s first chancellor. A journalist and (from 1903) member of the ...

  5. Philipp Scheidemann - Alpha History

    Philipp Scheidemann (1865-1939) was a German politician and a significant figure in the Social Democratic Party (SPD). He proclaimed the birth of the Weimar Republic in November 1918 and served briefly as German chancellor in 1919. Scheidemann was born into a working-class family in Kassel. At 14, he began an apprenticeship as a printing ...

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  6. Scheidemann, Philipp | International Encyclopedia of the ...

    Scheidemann, Philipp. German politician. Born 26 January 1865 in Kassel, Germany. Died 29 November 1939 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Philipp Scheidemann was a key figure in the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) during the First World War. On 9 November 1918, Scheidemann proclaimed the republic in Germany and became the first head of government in ...

  7. Philipp Scheidemann – Wikipedia

    Philipp Heinrich Scheidemann (* 26. Juli 1865 in Kassel; † 29. November 1939 in Kopenhagen) war ein deutscher sozialdemokratischer Politiker und Publizist . Im ersten Viertel des 20. Jahrhunderts war er einer der herausragenden Protagonisten und Repräsentanten seiner Partei und der Weimarer Republik.

  8. Treaty of Versailles: A fragile peace – DW – 06/28/2019

    Philipp Scheidemann, the Social Democrat who on November 9, 1918, had declared Germany a republic, found it hard to stomach the Treaty of Versailles. The first chancellor had hoped that mitigating ...

  9. LeMO Philipp Scheidemann - Deutsches Historisches Museum

    Juli: Philipp Scheidemann wird als Sohn eines Tapezierer- und Polsterermeisters in Kassel geboren. Er besucht die Bürgerschule und die Höhere Bürgerschule in Kassel. Schriftsetzerlehre in Kassel. Er tritt in die Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD) und in die Gewerkschaft ein. Er arbeitet als Schriftsetzergehilfe, Korrektor und Faktor.

  10. Philipp Scheidemann (1865–1939) ·

    Philipp Scheidemann. wurde am 26. Juli 1865 geboren. Philipp Heinrich Scheidemann war ein bedeutender deutscher sozialdemokratischer Politiker und Regierungschef (1918–1919) der Weimarer Republik, der im Zuge der Novemberrevolution 1918 am 9. November die „Deutsche Republik“ als Nachfolger des Deutschen Kaiserreichs ausrief.

  11. Philipp Scheidemann - GCSE History by Clever Lili

    Philipp Scheidemann was a leading member of the Social Democratic Party in Germany. Why was Philipp Scheidemann important? Scheidemann announced there was a new German Republic from a window of the Reichstag after he heard that Kaiser Wilhelm II had abdicated on 9th November, 1918.

  12. Scheidemann, Philipp |

    Scheidemann, Philipp. Philipp Scheidemann (fē´lĬp shī´dəmän), 1865–1939, German Social Democratic leader. A member of the Reichstag from 1898, he became (1918) secretary of state without portfolio in the cabinet formed by Maximilian, prince of Baden just before Germany's defeat in World War I.