The 1920 Elections

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  • The 1920 Elections
    • The Weimar coalition fell apart in the unrest in June 1920.
      • SPD fell by 43%
      • DPP dropped by 55%
      • KPD had 1.7% of the vote.
      • By constrast, the USPD had more than doubled of its share.
    • Chancellors, dates and partners:
      • Friedrich EBERT (SPD)
        • November 1918-February 1919
          • Coalition of SOCIALISTS
      • Philipp SCHEIDEMANN (SPD)
        • February-June 1919
          • SPD, CENTRE, DDP
      • Gustav BAUER (SPD)
        • June 1919- March 1920
          • SPD, CENTRE, DDP (from October).
      • Hermann MULLER (SPD)
        • March- June 1920
          • SPD, CENTRE and DDP
      • Konstantin FEHRENBACH (CENTRE)
        • June 1920- May 1921
          • DDP, CENTRE, DVP
      • Joseph WIRTH (CENTRE)
        • May 1921-November 1922
          • SPD, DDP, CENTRE
      • Wilhelm CUNO (NOT ALIGNED)
        • November 1922-August 1923.
          • DDP, CENTRE, DVP
    • Before the election
      • Main parties: SPD, Centre and DDP
        • Main parties: Centre, DDP and the DVP
      • After the election
        • Main parties: Centre, DDP and the DVP
    • After the election

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