Broadside, "Telegramm des Reichsministers Koch an den Bürgermeister in Hamburg," [March 13, 1920?].

Broadside, Hamburg, [circa 13 March 1920]: "Telegramm des Reichsministers Koch an den Bürgermeister in Hamburg." Pencilled note: "beim Kapp-Putsch." Conveys text of a telegram sent by German minister of the interior, Erich Koch-Weser, to the mayor of Hamburg, on the occasion of the Kapp Putsch, referring to the national government's having taken refuge in Dresden, and an upcoming meeting of the National Assembly in Stuttgart. Printed by Hamburger Buchdruckerei und Verlagsanstalt Auer & Co., Hamburg. 1 leaf (40.7 x 28.6 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["Telegram from the Reich Minister Koch to the mayor in Hamburg."  Pencilled note: "the Kapp Putsch"]

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Main Author: Koch-Weser, Erich, 1875-1944.
Language: German
Published: Hamburg : Hamburger Buchdruckerei und Verlagsanstalt, Auer & Co. 1920
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