Matthew Wills gives a short overview over the current relevance of Weimar’s history for today’s political landscape: “The Weimar Republic has been on people’s minds with the results of the U.S. presidential election and rise of the radical right in Europe. Is there a lesson to be learned from the Weimar experience? Any answer to that question has to be grounded in the chaotic history of the republic that barely held Germany together from 1919 to 1933.”
Welcome to the Weimar Studies Network
The Weimar Studies Network (WSN) is an international platform for researchers and academics working on the history of the Weimar Republic.
It offers information on recent publications, up-coming events and on-going research projects on the politics, culture and society of the interwar years in Germany.
The WSN is open to anybody with an interest in the history of Weimar Germany.
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