The “National Bloc”, a coalition comprising moderate and right-wing parties, wins the parliamentary elections in France. They consider the Treaty of Versailles too moderate and endeavor to revise the Treaty in the interests of protecting France from Germany. [Peukert, p. 67]
Hindenburg expresses his view to the inquiry committee of the National Assembly on the reasons that Germany was defeated. He confirms the “stab-in-the-back myth”, supported by many in the military, according to which the left-wing and liberal forces stabbed the undefeated German army in the back. The military’s leaders spread this line of argument in an attempt to blame the democratic parties and politicians for Germany’s defeat in the war.
[Kolb, pp. 38-39]
The Große Schauspielhaus (Great Theater) is opened in Berlin. It was designed by Hans Poelzig and seats 3,200 people. [Büttner, p. 775]