The German republic, an experiment in democracy (1919-1933), was established after the end of World War I. The constitution was drafted in the town of Weimar, hence the name.
The German state established in 1919, after World War I. Although economic conditions improved at a slow pace over the following twenty yearssd, Hitler was able to use 1928's inflation and unemployment to bring about a demise of the Republic, which occurred when Hitler became chancellor and President in 1934.
the German republic founded at Weimar in 1919; "The Weimar Republic was overthrown in 1933 and replaced by the Third Reich"
The troubled republic established in 1919 and ended in 1934 by Hitler when he combined the offices of Chancellor and President. The Republic had been beleaguered by various problems ever since the end of the war.
The German republic (1919-1933) established after the end of World War I, with its capital in the city of Weimar.
German republic (1919-1933), a parliamentary democracy, established after World War I.
German Republic of 1919-1933, a parliamentary democracy established after WW I, with its capital in the city of Weimar. It was overthrown by the Nazis in 1933, after which Hitler came to power.
The German government from 1919-1934. A Democratic Republic, it was burdened with the aftermath of World War I, terrible inflation, violent enemies from within like the Nazi party, and an army that was not committed to defending a democracy. When Hitler combined the offices of Chancellor and President, in August, 1934, the Weimar Republic came to an end.
For discussion of the cultural climate in Germany between the wars see Weimar culture. For details of the establishment of the National-Socialist regime, see Gleichschaltung.