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The German elections of January 19, 1919 were the first of the new Weimar Republic. In the subsequent first session, the National Assembly (Nationalversammlung) functioned as both a constituent assembly and unicameral legislature.

Results

Party Vote percentage Seats
Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) 37.9% 163†
Centre Party (Z) 19.7% 91
German Democratic Party (DDP) 18.6% 75
German National People's Party (DNVP) 10.3% 44
Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany (USPD) 7.6% 22
German People's Party (DVP) 4.4% 19
Bavarian Peasants' League (BB) 0.9% 4
German-Hanoverian Party (DHP) 0.3% 1
Schleswig-Holsteinische Bauern- und Landarbeiterdemokratie (SHBLD) 0.2% 1
Brunswick Election-Union (BLWV) 0.2% 1
Total 100% 421

†Two additional SPD members were elected by the Eastern Army on February 2, 1919, bringing the total to 423 and the strength of the SPD to 165.

References

  • Kolb, Eberhard. The Weimar Republic, p. 224. Routledge, 2004, ISBN 0415344417.
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