Stab in the Back Myth and Ludendorff's armisitice

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Who came up with the name-"stab in the back"? (sintb)
An English General who said the German Army had been stabbed in the back.
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Who did Ludendroff and Hindenberg blame Germanys defeat on?(sintb)
The revolution and the Civilian government for the lack of support.
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Why did Ludendorff's opinion change?(sintb)
At fist he blamed the German government, but then shifted the blame onto his officers for not offering enough support. He did this as he feared harsh criticism of the new German Government.
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Who did Ebert and Scheidemann blame?(sintb)
Prince Max of Badens Imperial Government.
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What were the Politicians called who signed the Armistice?(IA)
The November Criminals.
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Who would a democratic government please?(IA)
President Wilson as he wanted a "Parliamentary Democracy".
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Why was Ludendorff so enthusiastic about the armistice?(IA)
He wanted them to be on better terms with the allies.
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What did Ludendroff say to his officers?(SINTB)
That they gave up too easily.
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The revolution and the Civilian government for the lack of support.

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Who did Ludendroff and Hindenberg blame Germanys defeat on?(sintb)

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At fist he blamed the German government, but then shifted the blame onto his officers for not offering enough support. He did this as he feared harsh criticism of the new German Government.

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Prince Max of Badens Imperial Government.

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The November Criminals.

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