German Communist leaders Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebnecht were murdered by the Socialdemocrat fascists and their death squad, the Freikorps, in 1919, after putting down the German Revolution of 1918.
This was in January 15 of 1919. These days, Germans have gathered by the tens of thousands in Berlin to pay homage to these victims of the bourgeois reaction, which would eventually culminate in Nazism. They represent the fall of so many others murdered by the Freikorps death squads, lead by a party claiming to be socialist and being always the faithful dog of Capitalism: the Socialdemocrats.
Here there is some Red German music with images of the popular homage to those who died for a better World:
How would have been the World if the revolution would have succeeded in Germany in 1918? Definitively not worse. Possibly much better.
Found at Sare Antifaxista.