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After the German November Revolution 1918: The Compromise on Religious Instruction in Elementary Schools in the Weimar Constitution
International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present
A tiny section on the agenda of the National Assembly of the Weimar Republic from February to July, 1919 was entitled "Religious instruction and the public elementary school", part of the preparation for the new Constitution of the German Reich, the so-called Weimar Constitution [Weimarer Reichsverfassung; abbr. WRV], of August 11th, 1919. The three democratic parties, the moderate-socialist SPD, the Catholic Zentrum Party and the liberal-democrat DDP, were the political mainstays of the Weimardoi:10.53308/ide.v5i2.71 fatcat:oicooxmifzat7bclwksrqmylli