Freikorps (“Free Corps”) were German volunteer units that in the aftermath of WWI (1918–19) and the seizure of Germany by Jewish Communism were raised as a civilian defence against the newly formed Jewish leadership and their Marxist counterparts. The Freikorps fought against the communist seizure of Germany in 1918–19 and the Marxist Spartacist League, including arresting Rosa Luxemburg, who was killed on 15th January 1919. They also defeated the Bavarian Soviet Republic in May 1919. However, in a typical Jewish dialectical strategy the apparent ‘destruction’ of Jewish Communion only allowed for the consolidation of the Jewish Weimar Republic.