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Erich Eyck. Translated by Harlan P. Hanson; Robert G. Waite. A History of the Weimar Republic:. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1962-63. (2 vols.) 373pp. + 535pp. Volume 1, From the Collapse of the Empire to Hindenburg. Volume 2, From the Locarno Conference to Hitler's Seizure of Power.

Bryan Randolph Gilliam (editor). Music and Performance During the Weimar Republic. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 220pp.

Donald L. Niewyk. The Jews in Weimar Germany. Manchester University Press. 1980. 229pp.

Panikos Panayi. Weimar and Nazi Germany: Continuities and Discontinuities. Longman. 2001. 340pp.

Vibeke Rützou Petersen. Women and Modernity in Weimar Germany: Reality and Its Representation in Popular Fiction. Berghahn Books. 2001. 184pp.

Julia Sneeringer. Winning Women's Votes: Propaganda and Politics in Weimar Germany. UNC Press. 2002. 365pp.

Louis L. Snyder. The Weimar Republic: A History of Germany from Ebert to Hitler. Van Nostrand. 1966. 223pp.

Peter D. Stachura. Unemployment and the Great Depression in Weimar Germany. St. Martin's Press. 1986. 230pp.

Cornelie Usborne. Cultures of Abortion in Weimar Germany. Berghahn Books. 2007. 284pp.

Eric D. Weitz. Weimar Germany: Promise and Tragedy. Princeton University Press. 2007. 425pp.

Bernd Widdig. Culture and Inflation in Weimar Germany. University of California Press. 2001. 277pp.

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