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Anton von Werner, The Opening of the Reichstag in the White Room of the Berlin Palace by Wilhelm II on 25. June 1888 (1893)

Center Party Leader Ludwig Windthorst with Members of the Guelph Party (1889)

Interior of the Reichstag (1872)

Seating Plan of the Reichstag (1874)

A Session of the German Reichstag (1874)

Ernst Henseler, Tavern Scene (1877)

“Reichstag Dissolution” (July 7, 1878)

“For the Committee Debating the Anti-Socialist Law” (1884)

Map: The Reichstag Elections of 1877

From Berlin Election Meetings (February 22, 1890)

Party Share of the Popular Vote in the Reichstag Elections (1871–1890)

Map: The Reichstag Elections of 1878

Map: The Reichstag Elections of 1884

What the Coming Reichstag Will Look Like (1878)

Results of the Reichstag Elections (1890–1898)

Kaiser Wilhelm I’s Last Official Signature (March 8, 1888)

Rudolf Diels, Head of the Prussian Political Police, on the Reichstag Fire of February 27, 1933 (Retrospective Account, 1949)

Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of the People and State (“Reichstag Fire Decree”) (February 28, 1933)

Cabinet Discussion of the Reichstag Fire and Necessary Changes in the Law (March 7, 1933)

The Reichstag Fire: View of the Burnt-Out Plenary Hall (February 28, 1933)

Social Democratic Delegate Otto Wels Speaks out against the “Enabling Act” (March 23, 1933)

The Enabling Act (March 24, 1933)

1933 Election Campaign: Ballot for the Reichstag Election in the Hesse-Darmstadt District (March 5, 1933)

Otto Wels, SPD Chairman and Reichstag Deputy (1924)

1933 Election Campaign: Reich President Paul von Hindenburg Leaves the Polling Station (March 5, 1933)