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View of the Kroll Opera House, where the Reichstag Convened after the Reichstag Fire (1938)

Enabling Act Adopted: Front Page of the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (March 24, 1933)

Bismarck in the Reichstag, Outraged by Liberal Criticism (1882)

Alexander Friedrich Werner, Bismarck Leaving the Reichstag on February 6, 1888 (1892)

“We Germans Fear God but Nothing Else in the World!” Bismarck in the Reichstag Session of February 6, 1888 (1901)

Ludwig von Windthorst, Leader of the German Center Party (c. 1870)

August Bebel and Friedrich Wilhelm Fritzsche during the Socialist Debates (September 16 and 17, 1878)

“The Socialist Jack-in-the-Box” (September 28, 1878)

Postcard Showing Portraits of Social Democratic Reichstag Deputies (1890)

Members of the Social Democratic Reichstag Caucus (1889)

Members of the Conservative Party’s Reichstag Caucus (1889)

Last Moments of an Election Battle (c. 1890)

Caricature: “Politicking Coachmen” (1884)

First Election News on October 27, 1881 (no date)

Ernst Henseler, Parliamentary Morning Pint (1894)

Extension of the “Enabling Act”: Hitler at the Lectern of the Kroll Opera in Berlin (January 30, 1937)

Hindenburg and Hitler to the Farmers’ Rescue: National Socialist Election Poster for the Reichstag Election (March 5, 1933)

Reichstag Election of March 5, 1933: “The Reich will Never be Destroyed if You are United and Loyal” (1933)

Reichstag Election of March 5, 1933: National Socialist Poster with the Caption: “The SPD Demands Historical Truth” (1933)

The Swastika Rises like the Sun over the Reichstag and the Bismarck Memorial, Postcard (undated)

Excerpts from Hitler’s Speech before the first “Greater German Reichstag” (January 30, 1939)