Parti Rakyat Jerman

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Parti Rakyat Jerman
Deutsche Volkspartei
KetuaGustav Stresemann
Diasaskan15 Disember 1918 (1918-12-15)
Dibubarkan4 Julai 1933 (1933-07-04)
DidahuluiParti Liberal Kebangsaan
Ibu pejabatBerlin
Keahlian  (1920)800,000[1]
IdeologiNational liberalism[2][3][4]
Civic nationalism[5]
Conservative liberalism[6]
Constitutional monarchism[7]
Economic liberalism[8][5]
Kedudukan politikHaluan tengah
Penggabungan antarabangsatiada
Politik Jerman
Parti politik
Pilihan raya

Parti Rakyat Jerman (bahasa Jerman: Deutsche Volkspartei atau DVP) ialah pihak negara liberal di Jerman dan pengganti Parti Liberal Kebangsaan, yang Empayar Jerman. Ahli pihak sayap kanan liberal[9][10] atau konservatif-liberal[6][11][12] yang paling terkenal adalah Canselor dan Menteri Luar Gustav Stresemann, penerima Hadiah Keamanan Nobel 1926.

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  3. ^ Neugebauer, Wolfgang (ed.) (2000), Handbuch der Preussischen Geschichte, 3, de Gruyter, m/s. 221 
  4. ^ Van De Grift, Liesbeth (2012), Securing the Communist State: The Reconstruction of Coercive Institutions in the Soviet Zone of Germany and Romania, 1944-48, Lexington Books, m/s. 41 
  5. ^ a b Lee, Stephen J. (1998), The Weimar Republic, Routledge, m/s. 23 
  6. ^ a b Stanley G. Payne (1 January 1996). A History of Fascism, 1914–1945. University of Wisconsin Pres. m/s. 163–. ISBN 978-0-299-14873-7. 
  7. ^ Mommsen, Hans (1989), The Rise and Fall of Weimar Democracy, Propyläen Verlag, m/s. 51 
  8. ^ Gerstenberg, Frank: 27.6.1933: DVP und DNVP lösen sich auf, Kalenderblatt, Deutsche Welle
  9. ^ Dietrich Orlow (15 December 1986). Weimar Prussia, 1918–1925: The Unlikely Rock of Democracy. University of Pittsburgh Pre. m/s. 329. ISBN 978-0-8229-7640-0. 
  10. ^ Raffael Scheck (1998). Alfred Von Tirpitz and German Right-wing Politics: 1914 - 1930. BRILL. m/s. 87. ISBN 0-391-04043-X. 
  11. ^ Helena Waddy (14 April 2010). Oberammergau in the Nazi Era: The Fate of a Catholic Village in Hitler's Germany. Oxford University Press. m/s. 54. ISBN 978-0-19-970779-9. 
  12. ^ Jill Stephenson (26 April 2013). The Nazi Organisation of Women. Routledge. m/s. 226. ISBN 978-1-136-24748-4.