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Liberal Democrats in the Weimar Republic: The History of the German Democratic Party and the German State Party epub ebook ISBN: 0585201838
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The German Democratic Party (German: Deutsche Demokratische Partei, DDP) was founded in November 1918 by leaders of the former Progressive People's Party.

The German Democratic Party (German: Deutsche Demokratische Partei, DDP) was founded in November 1918 by leaders of the former Progressive People's Party, left-wing members of the National Liberal Party and a new group calling themselves the Democrats (German: Demokraten). In 1930, the party changed to the German State Party (German: Deutsche Staatspartei).

The Liberal Democratic Party of Germany (German: e Partei Deutschlands, LDPD) was a political party in East Germany

The Liberal Democratic Party of Germany (German: e Partei Deutschlands, LDPD) was a political party in East Germany. Like the other allied bloc parties of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED) in the National Front, it had 52 representatives in the People's Chamber.

The foundation of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (German: Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, SPD) can be traced back to the 1860s.

The foundation of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (German: Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, SPD) can be traced back to the 1860s, and for much of the 20th and 21st centuries it has represented the centre-left in German politics. The SPD has been the ruling party at several points, first under Friedrich Ebert in 1918. The party was outlawed in Nazi Germany but returned to government in 1969 with Willy Brandt

Home Browse Books Book details, Liberal Democrats in the Weimar Republic: The.

Home Browse Books Book details, Liberal Democrats in the Weimar Republic: The. Liberal Democrats in the Weimar Republic: The History of the German Democratic Party and the German State Party. The failure of the German middle classes to build a moderate political party and their tendency to move to the extreme right reveals much about the German middle classes, the failure of liberalism, and the rise of nazism. The left-liberal political tradition in Germany, although never popular, has persisted for well over a century.

Free Democratic Party (Germany). The Free Democratic Party (German: Freie Demokratische Partei, FDP) is a liberal and classical liberal political party in Germany. The FDP is led by Christian Lindner. The FDP was founded in 1948 by members of former liberal political parties which existed in Germany before World War II, namely the German Democratic Party and the German People's Party

The history of the party dates back to June 1946 .

The history of the party dates back to June 1946, when a group led by Waldemar Koch took the initiative in refounding the German Democratic Party. At first there were some speculation of forming a united liberal party with the Christian Democrats, but the idea was abandoned soon and on 5 July 1946, the Liberal Democratic Party of Germany was officially founded. It was first of all aimed at uniting Weimar Republic-era members of the German Democratic Party, German People's Party and German National People's Party. In the last free election, of 1946, the Liberal Democrats finished third, behind the SED and the CDU.

Start by marking Liberal Democrats in the Weimar Republic .

Start by marking Liberal Democrats in the Weimar Republic: The History of the German Democratic Party and the German State Party as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Within its ranks were some of Germany’s most influential intellectuals, academics, and publicists.

Unlike American political parties, German political parties had narrower . In the last years of the Weimar Republic the party moved away from its strong support for the Republic.

Unlike American political parties, German political parties had narrower bases of support generally based on class, occupation and religion. They were therefore less inclined to compromise and more inclined to have programs based on clear sets of ideas (ideologies). The members of the Democratic Party tended to be the most sympathetic of the center parties to the Social Democratic leftist ideas and were strong supporters of the Republic.

Although the German Democratic Republic was constitutionally a parliamentary democracy, decisive power actually lay with the SED and its boss, the veteran communist functionary Walter Ulbricht, who held only the obscure position of deputy premier in the government. In East Germany, as in the Soviet Union, the government served merely as the agent of an all-powerful party, which was in turn ruled from above by a self-selecting Politburo.

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