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Weimar Germany

S. Delmer

Weimar Germany

democracy on trial

by S. Delmer

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Published by Macdonald American Heritage .
Written in English


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Statementby S. Delmer.
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Open LibraryOL19707218M

This book provides an engaging representation of the cultural climate of Weimar Germany in a variety of areas. Weitz describes the period as "complex, contradictory, and contested," and is particularly interested in the lessons that can be drawn about the fragility of democracies.   After , the leaders of the two new German states used the history of Weimar’s failed democratic experiment to strengthen the legitimacy of the postwar order, particularly in West : Jochen Hung.


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