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Weimar Republic

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  • proper n. The democratic regime of Germany from 1919 to the assumption of power by Adolf Hitler in 1933.

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  • n. the German republic founded at Weimar in 1919

Etymologies

From the name of the German city Weimar + republic (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • One reason why the Nazis were able to gain control in the Weimar Republic was the impotence of a deeply divided German Parliament.

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  • The Weimar Republic was a time not just of fiscal disaster and madness, but of cultural degeneration and depravity.

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  • Indeed, the Weimar Republic was a veritable proto-Trudeaupia.

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  • The Weimar Republic is a classic case, and it taught the West Germans in 1949 what not to do in such documents; the German basic law is almost a model.

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  • We use the argument that we have to stop these tyrants (whom for the most part we ourselves created) and make them democratic to in turn make the world safer, knowing full well that even the Weimar Republic was a form of democracy that turned very, very bad in an instant and that we ourselves seem to be reflecting it in its final throes!

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  • The Weimar Republic was a democracy, so is the USA. caveat here The people in USA are definitely mostly peace-loving and benevolent, anyone who studied the history of the last century knows how USA has saved the world, twice.

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  • "The Weimar Republic was the peak of Western civilization and was regarded as a model of democracy," he said.

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  • The Weimar Republic was the peak of western civilization in the sciences and the arts, also regarded as a model of democracy.

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  • In other words, you are willing to posit this inanity about the Weimar Republic continuing to 1939 here on a talk page in an attempt to bolster a baseless point, but you aren't willing to "correct" an article so that it reads "The Weimar Republic is the Republic which governed Germany from 1919 to 1939."

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • If you are that positive that the Weimar Republic did not end in 1933, please explain why the Conservapedia article on the subject states quite clearly: "The Weimar Republic is the republic which governed Germany from 1919 to 1933."

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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