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The Chronicle of the Weimar Republic

ADGBGeneral German Trade Union ConfederationAEGGeneral Electric CompanyDepreciation BundGeneral Free Federation of EmployeesAVUSAutomobile thoroughfare and practice roadBMWBavarian Motor WorksGRTGross register tonBVPBavarian People's PartycenterCenter PartyDAPGerman Labour PartyDDPGerman Democratic PartyDNTGerman National TheaterDNVPGerman National People's PartyDVPGerman People's PartyCominternCommunist InternationalKPDCommunist Party of GermanyCIPConservative People's PartyMSPDMajority Social Democratic Party of GermanyNSNational SocialismNSDAPNational-socialist German Workers' Party; Nazi partyNVNational AssemblyO.C.Organization ConsulOHLSupreme Army CommandRMReichsmarkSAStorm Division; BrownshirtsSPDSocial Democratic Party of GermanySSprotection SquadStGBPenal CodeUfAUniversum Film Public CompanyUSPDIndependent Social Democratic Party of GermanyVKPDUnited Communist Party of GermanycenterGerman Center Party[FROM]August Baudert: The end of Saxony-Weimar. Historical facts from stormy times, Weimar 1923.[AS]Axel Schildt: The Republic of Weimar. Germany between the Empire and the “Third Reich” (1918-1933), ed. from the State Center for Civic Education Thuringia, Erfurt 2009.[FarmerBauer, Kurt, National Socialism. Origins, beginnings, rise and fall, including Vienna 2008.[BihlBihl, Wolfdieter, The First World War 1914 - 1918. Chronicle - data - facts, Vienna 2010.[ButtnerBüttner, Ursula, Weimar. The overwhelmed republic 1918-1933, Stuttgart 2008.[DNV]The German National Assembly in 1919 in its work for the construction of the new German People's State, ed. v. Ed. [Uard] Heilfron, Vol. 1 to 6, Berlin [1919].[Ebert / Wienecke-JanzEbert, Johannes / Wienecke-Janz, Detlef, The Chronicle. History of the 20th century until today, Gütersloh / Munich 2006.[EK]Eberhard Kolb: The Weimar Republic, 3rd revised. and exp. Ed., Munich 1993.[EtzoldEtzold, Hans-Rüdiger, Der Käfer II. The Beetle development from 1934 to 1982 from the original model to the world champion, Stuttgart 1989.[GG]Gitta Günther: Weimar Chronicle. City history in data. Third episode: March 1850 to April 1945 (Weimarer Schriften, issue 33), Weimar 1987.[GrüttnerGrüttner, Michael, Das Third Reich 1933-1945 (= Bd. 19, Gebhardt. Handbook of German History), Stuttgart 2014.[HildebrandHildebrand, Klaus, The Third Reich, 7th edition, Munich 2010.[Kessler Tgbb]Harry Graf Kessler. Diaries 1918-1937, ed. by Wolfgang Pfeiffer-Belli, Frankfurt a. M and Leipzig 1996.[SmockKittel, Erich, Novembersturz 1918. Comments on a comparative revolutionary history of the German states, in: Blätter für deutsche Landesgeschichte 104 (1968), pp. 42-108.[KolbKolb, Eberhard, The Weimar Republic, 7th through. and exp. Ed., Munich 2010.[NiedhartNiedhart, Gottfried, The Foreign Policy of the Weimar Republic, 2nd updated edition, Munich 2010.[O / S]Manfred Overesch / Friedrich Wilhelm Saal: The Weimar Republic. A daily chronicle of politics, economy, culture, Düsseldorf 1992.[Overesch / hallOveresch, Manfred / Saal, Friedrich Wilhelm, The Weimar Republic, A daily chronicle of politics, science and culture, Augsburg 1992.[PeukertPeukert, Detlef, The Weimar Republic. Crisis years of classical modernism, Frankfurt a.M. 1987.[PK]Paul Kaiser: The National Assembly 1919 and the City of Weimar (Weimarer Schriften, Issue 16), Weimar 1969.[PM]Paul Messner: The German National Theater Weimar. An outline of its history. From the beginning to February 1945 (Weimarer Schriften, issue 17), Weimar 1985.[ThHB]Thuringia Handbook. Territory, constitution, parliament, government and administration in Thuringia 1920 to 1995, ed. by Bernhard Post and Volker Wahl, Editor Dieter Marek (Publications from Thuringian State Archives, Vol. 1), Weimar 1999.[TofahrnTofahrn, Klaus W., Chronology of the Third Reich. Events, people, terms, Darmstadt 2003.[UB]Ursula Büttner: Weimar. The overwhelmed republic 1918-1933. Achievements and failures in the state, society, economy and culture, Stuttgart 2008.[VU]Volker Ullrich: The Revolution of 1918/19, Munich 2009.[WinklerWinkler, Heinrich-August, Weimar 1918-1933. The history of the first German democracy, Munich 1993.[WirschingWirsching, Andreas, The Weimar Republic. Politics and Society, 2nd ext. Ed., Munich 2010.