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John Ondrovcik



Ondrovcik is a lecturer in Harvard’s History and Literature Program and instructs students in the freshman seminar program and at the Harvard Extension School. He is currently converting his dissertation into a manuscript entitled “All the Devils Are Loose: The Radical Revolution in the Saxon Vogtland, 1918–1920,” which tells the history of a short-lived rebellion that took place in eastern Saxony in March, 1920. Led by Max Hoelz, the rebellion reveals the ways in which religious currents, technological change, crime and negative working-class reactions to the social democratic labor movement shaped the revolution in post-war Germany.