A special day in the history of Germany (09/11)

November 9 is a special date in the history of Germany in the 20th century, it is also called the Fateful Day (German: Schicksalstag). This term began to be used by historians and journalists after the Second World War, but became especially popular after the events of 1989, which marked the beginning of the unification of Germany.

On November 9, several significant events for Germany took place: in 1918, Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated the throne, after 5 years the famous “beer putsch” in Munich, led by Adolf Hitler, was suppressed, after another 15 years, the National Socialists organized Jewish pogroms, and in 1989 year the Berlin Wall fell.

Great day 1989