The Weimar Republic, officially known as the German Reich, was a historical period of Germany from 9 November 1918 to 23 March 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.
Together with the neighbouring cities of Erfurt and Jena, it forms the central metropolitan area of Thuringia, with approximately 500,000 inhabitants. The city itself has a population of 65,000. Weimar is well-known because of its large cultural heritage and its importance in German history.
Weimar, city, Thuringia Land (state), eastern Germany. It lies along the Ilm River, just east of Erfurt. During the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Weimar was the intellectual center of Germany. Learn more about Weimar, including its history and economy, in this article.
In 1937, the SS had a concentration camp erected just a few kilometres outside of Weimar, the famous city of German Classicism. Its name, "Buchenwald," became synonymous with National Socialist crimes.The infamous Nazi concentration camp existed between 1937 and 1945 on Ettersberg.
One of the virtues of these books is to do something the Americans failed to achieve with their 1945 bodysnatching: to help decentre Hitler’s failed putsch from the narrative of 1923, one of the...
University of Warwick Citation: Dr Colin Storer, review of Rethinking the Weimar Republic: Authority and Authoritarianism, 1916-1936, (review no. 1636) DOI: 10.14296/RiH/2014/1636 Date accessed: 13 September, 2023