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  1. Rosa Luxemburg (23905 bytes)
    14: ...emburg believed that an independent Poland could only come about through revolutions in [[Germany]], [...
    19: ...apital]] and [[labour (economics)|labour]] could only be countered if the proletariat took over power ...
    27: ...r leader of the SPD, the first president of the [[Weimar Republic]] [[Friedrich Ebert]].
    42: ...onal assembly which ultimately was to found the [[Weimar Republic]]; but she was outvoted. In January a se...
    48: ...and particular slogans, of the workers' struggle only in the course of the development of this struggl...
  2. Germany (46412 bytes)
    62: ... as Germany was unified as a modern nation-state only in [[1871]], when the [[German Empire]], dominat...
    79: ...sm|imperialistic]] course, [[New Imperialism|not unlike other powers]], but it led to friction with ne...
    83: ===Weimar Republic (1919-1933)===
    85: ...arty]] (NSDAP). On [[August 11]], [[1919]], the [[Weimar Constitution]] came into effect.
    89: ...series of dramatic events marked the end of the [[Weimar Republic]]. On [[30 January]], [[1933]], [[Presid...
  3. List of themed timelines (11300 bytes)
    136: ** [[Weimar Timeline]]
    303: * [http://www.hyperhistory.com/online_n2/History_n2/a.html HyperHistory Oneline: a s...
    304: ...edu.au/asian-studies-timeline.html Asian Studies online: a timeline of major developments]
  4. World War I (62979 bytes)
    8: It was commonly called "The Great War" (a title previously used ...
    19: ...of these nations was emphatic that victory would only be gained by striking first, and that mobilizati...
    74: ...e of their enemy: the Anglo-French trenches were only intended to be 'temporary' before their forces b...
    77: ...ne and operating a month-long four stage system, unless an offensive was underway. The front contained...
    107: ...orious sector commander. Allied fortunes revived only temporarily with [[Romania]]'s entry into the wa...
  5. History of the United States (1918-1945) (54688 bytes)
    38: ...mising technocrats of his generation. He was the only person elected to the U.S. Presidency who previo...
    60: ...de. The banking system as a whole, moreover, was only very loosely regulated by the Federal Reserve Sy...
    68: ...otably [[Germany]], under the government of the [[Weimar Republic]]) were suffering serious financial cris...
    72: ...pe. Thus debts (and reparations) were being paid only by poling up new and greater debts. In the late ...
    74: ...nts, and Germany was able to make those payments only because of large private loans from the United S...
  6. Architect (6342 bytes)
    30: *[[Bauhaus]], [[Weimar, Germany|Weimar]], [[Dessau]], and [[Berlin]]
  7. Adolf Hitler (51456 bytes)
    20: ...is' niece and third wife. Of these six children, only Adolf and his younger sister [[Paula Hitler|Paul...
    37: ...World War I]] in August [[1914]], he immediately enlisted in the [[Bavaria]]n army.
    45: ...efers to Hitler's experience at the front as his only education and suggests he did have at least some...
    49: ==Weimar Republic==
    52: ...he war, Hitler remained in the army, which was mainly engaged in suppressing [[socialist]] uprisings b...
  8. Causes of the Great Depression (21364 bytes)
    1: ...onomic downturn beginning in the late 1920's and only ended by the beginning of [[World War II]] in Eu...
    32: ... had eased, that this cycle would have continued unless monetary policy overshot and produced outright...
    70: ..., particularly the hyper-inflation experienced by Weimar Germany, was an unbearable danger. Monetary polic...
    80: ...on. The banking system as a whole, moreover, was only very loosely regulated by the [[Federal Reserve ...
    90: ...tly because some European nations (most notably [[Weimar Germany]]) were suffering serious financial crise...
  9. Berlin Wall (23423 bytes)
    13: ... West Germany proper was closed in [[1952]], and only in Berlin did the border remain open. The border...
    17: ... and the construction of a barrier was permitted only if it were composed at first of [[barbed wire]]....
    23: ...s: to attempt to stand up for East Germans would only result in an embarrassing climbdown. Accordingl...
    47: ...]s. This version of the Wall is the one most commonly seen in photographs, and surviving fragments of ...
    49: ...straߥ]] in central Berlin gave Westerners their only access between West and East Berlin.
  10. History of Germany (53864 bytes)
    50: ...-people and the Teutonic Order, moved into the thinly populated Slav territories east of the Oder ([[B...
    110: ... the nobility and citizenry, an "[[enlightenment|enlightened]] [[absolutism]]" was established in Prus...
    151: ...ssia and [[Denmark]] over [[Schleswig]], which - unlike [[Holstein]] - was not part of the German Conf...
    196: In 1888 Kaiser Wilhelm I died, followed only 99 days later by his son [[Friedrich III, German...
    215: ...allies), Russia agreed to the independence of [[Finland]] and [[Ukraine]], and to the cession of [[Est...
  11. Democracy (24363 bytes)
    10: ...nd foreigners being excluded from the franchise. Only an estimated 16% of the total population had the...
    66: ...n [[Uganda]] or [[Iran]], of countries that have only been able to sustain democracy in a limited form...
    73: ...oesn't encroach on the other. This system is commonly called [[Mixed Member Proportional]].
    81: ...t controversial: representative democracy is the only used system of government in countries generally...
    99: ...e democratic system had been abolished. Also, the Weimar constitution in an "emergency" allowed dictatoria...
  12. Weimaraner (5294 bytes)
    4: !Weimaraner
    6: |[[Image:Weimaraner_wb.jpg|250px|Weimaraner]]
    13: |Weimaraner Vorstehhund
    40: ...ards/fci-099.htm FCI], [http://www.akc.org/breeds/weimaraner/index.cfm AKC],
    41: [http://www.ankc.aust.com/weimaran.html ANKC], [http://www.the-kennel-club.org.uk/...
  13. Johann Sebastian Bach (31106 bytes)
    13: ...er's music cabinet and began to copy it by the moonlight. This went on nightly until Johann Christoph ...
    22: ...major]] and [[minor key]], a monumental work not only for its masterful use of [[counterpoint]] but al...
    24:
    28: ...creasing political tensions in the ducal court of Weimar, Bach began once again to search out a more stabl...
    30: ...cantor_thomaskirche}} This post required him not only to instruct the students of the St. Thomas schoo...
  14. Germany in the Middle Ages (53864 bytes)
    50: ...-people and the Teutonic Order, moved into the thinly populated Slav territories east of the Oder ([[B...
    110: ... the nobility and citizenry, an "[[enlightenment|enlightened]] [[absolutism]]" was established in Prus...
    151: ...ssia and [[Denmark]] over [[Schleswig]], which - unlike [[Holstein]] - was not part of the German Conf...
    196: In 1888 Kaiser Wilhelm I died, followed only 99 days later by his son [[Friedrich III, German...
    215: ...allies), Russia agreed to the independence of [[Finland]] and [[Ukraine]], and to the cession of [[Est...
  15. Head of state (33577 bytes)
    7: ...d some have simply used 'Head of State' as their only formal title.
    28: ...heoretically dominant emergency powers that were only intended to be exercised in emergencies and a ca...
    47: ...ngs monthly in the Royal Palace. In contrast the only contact the Irish president has with the Irish g...
    58: ...led operated as a standard parliamentary system. Unless and until a Prince of Liechtenstein exercises ...
    76: ...lthough, again, in parliamentary systems this is only a notional designation, as ''commander-in-chie...

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