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East Prussian Provinzialtag elections in the Weimar Republic

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East Prussian Provinzialtag elections in the Weimar Republic

Contents

  • 1921 1
  • 1925 2
  • 1929 3
  • 1933 4

1921

Party Abbreviation % seats
DNVP 27,1 % 23
SPD 23,5% 20
DVP 15,3 % 13
Zentrum 9,4 % 8
KPD 7,2 % 6
USPD 7,1 % 6
DDP 7,0 % 6
Polen 1,3% 1
WP 1,2 % 1
Landliste 1,1 % 1

1925

Party Abbreviation % seats
DNVP/DVP 45,6% 40
SPD 24,8 % 22
Zentrum 6,9 % 6
KPD 6,9% 6
WP 4,2 % 4
DVFP 4,2 % 4
DDP 3,6 % 3
Aufwertungspartei 2,4% 2

1929

Party Abbreviation % seats
DNVP 31,2 % 27
SPD 26,0 % 23
DVP 8,7% 8
KPD 8,6% 8
Zentrum 8,1 % 7
NSDAP 4,3 % 4
WP 4,0% 4
CSVD 3,0 % 3
DDP 2,8% 3

1933

Party Abbreviation % seats
NSDAP 58,2% 51
SPD 13,6 % 12
DNVP 12,7 % 11
Zentrum 7,0 % 7
KPD 6,0 % 6
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