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One of the clever things the Nazis did in the last days of the Weimar Republic was suspend freedom of the press.
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Some believe it goes back to the Weimar days, which I certainly don't doubt.
He was stationed in Germany, where he experienced the tumult of the Weimar Republic.
All Weimar adores him, and people say that women still go perfectly crazy over him.
This week has been one of great excitement in Weimar, on account of the wedding of the son of the Grand Duke.
The other day an excursion was arranged to Sondershausen, a town about three hours' ride from Weimar in the cars.
We got back to Weimar about eight in the evening, and this delicious excursion, like all others, had to end.
Weimar being such a "kleines Nest (little nest)," as Liszt calls it, every stranger is immediately remarked.