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  2. Weimar Republic - Wikipedia

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    The Weimar Republic (German: Weimarer Republik [ˌvaɪ̯maʁɐ ʁepuˈbliːk] ()), officially named the German Reich, was a historical period of Germany from 1918 to 1933, during which it was a constitutional federal republic for the first time in history; hence it is also referred to, and unofficially proclaimed itself, as the German Republic (Deutsche Republik).

  3. 16 Best Hotels in Weimar. Hotels from C$ 22/night - KAYAK

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    Best Weimar hotels Most recommended Weimar hotels Show all Pension Alter Zausel 8 Very good C$ 115+ Parking Free Wi-Fi Pet friendly Familienhotel Weimar 9 Wonderful C$ 144+ Free Wi-Fi Pet friendly Apart Hotel Weimar 6.9 Okay C$ 96+ Parking Free Wi-Fi Pet friendly A&O Weimar 7.1 Good C$ 60+ Free Wi-Fi Pet friendly Hotel Alt-Weimar 8.1 Very good

  4. Watching the Films of Weimar Germany to Understand Our ...

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    The Weimar Republic was a brief, volatile interlude of democracy between the abdication of the Kaiser in the wake of Germany’s 1918 defeat in World War I and the Nazi capture of power in 1933, and the echoes between then and COVID-era America are certainly there if you’re looking for them: The looming threat of authoritarianism.

  5. Weimar – Wikipedia

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    Weimar ist eine kreisfreie Stadt in Thüringen in Deutschland, die für ihr kulturelles Erbe bekannt ist. Die Mittelstadt oder Altstadt liegt an einem Bogen der Ilm südöstlich des Ettersberges, der mit 477 Metern höchsten Erhebung im Thüringer Becken. Die Stadt ist mit rund 65.000 Einwohnern (2021) nach Erfurt, Jena und Gera die ...

  6. Beginnings of the Weimar Republic - leavingschool.co.uk

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    They saw Weimar Germany as part of the betrayal of Germany. As the soldiers returned from the trenches, feeling angry and humiliated, they started to form armed groups, known as the Freikorps, as well as various other paramilitary groups. These groups killed over 300 politicians between 1919 and 1923.

  7. Germany: “Sensational judge” of Weimar put out of action

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    At the beginning of April 2021, the Weimar family court judge Christian Dettmar had made a decision that made headlines nationwide: he banned the masking, spacing and testing requirement at two Weimar schools because he had recognized in them a risk to the welfare of children (Weimar District Court, decision of 08.04.2021, Ref.: 9 F 148/21).

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