Political Parties in the Weimar Republic

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BVP
Bavarian People's Party; led by Heinrich Held - Conservative but supported the Republic
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BVP (2)
German Democratic Party; led by Walther Rathenau & Alfred Hugenberg - supported the republic, committed to constitutional reform
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DNVP
German National People’s Party; led by Karl Helfferich & Alfred Hugenberg - conservative party, in 1928 reverted to total opposition to the Party
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DVP
German People’s Party; led by Gustav Stresemann - moderate conservative
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KPD
German Communist Party; led by Ernst Thalmann - Communist
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NSDAP
National Socialist German Workers’ Party; led by Adolf Hitler
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SPD
German Social Democratic Party; led by Friedrich Ebert & Philipp Scheidemann
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USPD
Independent German Social Democratic Party (disbanded in 1920); led by Karl Kautsky & Hugo Haase - Communist
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Z
Centre Party; led by Erzberger - strongly supported the Republic slowly moves to the right
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DDP
Democratic Party; led by Hugo Preuss - liberal party
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BVP (2)

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German Democratic Party; led by Walther Rathenau & Alfred Hugenberg - supported the republic, committed to constitutional reform

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DNVP

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DVP

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KPD

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