Substantial political violence existed in Germany from the fall of the Hohenzollern monarchy and the rise of the Weimar Republic through the German Revolution of 1918-9 until the rise of the Nazi Party to power in 1933 when a Nazi totalitarian state was formed and opposition figures were arrested.

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  • Substantial political violence existed in Germany from the fall of the Hohenzollern monarchy and the rise of the Weimar Republic through the German Revolution of 1918-9 until the rise of the Nazi Party to power in 1933 when a Nazi totalitarian state was formed and opposition figures were arrested.
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  • Far-left
  • * Anarchists
  • * Bavarian Soviet Republic
  • * Communists
  • * Free Workers' Union of Germany
  • * Freikorps
  • * Nazi Party
  • * Stahlhelm
  • * Iron Front
  • * Weimar Republic
  • Nationalist, Far-right
  • Weimar Republic, Moderate
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  • Nazi Party seizes power, all opposition political parties are banned, Nazi totalitarian state established.
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  • Soldiers posing with a captured revolutionary, May 1919
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  • Weimar Republic, Moderate * Weimar Republic * Iron Front
  • Nationalist, Far-right * Freikorps * Stahlhelm * Nazi Party
  • Far-left * Communists * Bavarian Soviet Republic * Free Workers' Union of Germany * Anarchists
dbpprop:commander
  • dbpedia:Paul_von_Hindenburg
  • dbpedia:Friedrich_Ebert
  • Adolf Hitler
  • Erich Ludendorff
  • Ernst Röhm
  • Rosa Luxemburg
  • Alfred Hugenberg
  • Kurt Eisner
  • Eugen Levine
  • Gustav Landauer
  • Ernst Toller
  • Karl Radek
  • Wolfgang Kapp
  • Ernst Thälmann
  • Hermann Ehrhardt
  • Paul Levi
  • Erich Mühsam
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  • Political violence in Germany, 1918–1933
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  • November 1918–1933
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  • Germany
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  • Nazi Party seizes power, all opposition political parties are banned, Nazi totalitarian state established.
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  • Substantial political violence existed in Germany from the fall of the Hohenzollern monarchy and the rise of the Weimar Republic through the German Revolution of 1918-9 until the rise of the Nazi Party to power in 1933 when a Nazi totalitarian state was formed and opposition figures were arrested.
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  • Political violence in Germany, 1918–1933
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