DonÂ´t want to flood the forum.
In german historiography it is an agreed fact, that the Weimar Republic had three reasons why it ended in a dictatorship:
1. The Constitution was remarkably free and open, but had no safeguards against any who simply worked against it.
2. Some Institutions had "unhealthy" powers, i.e. the President. He had the right to rule under Art. 48 by "Notverordnung". These were presidential orders which overuled in cases of emergency everything. The emergency was declared by the president. Also he had the right to dissolve the parliament. Which was done often-
3. Nazis and Communists alike were able to openly work against the Republic. They wanted either the dictatorship or Communism.
No I dont have to go back 5 years."I" wasnt the one that resurrected that old dead thread frady cat.someone else did.They did me a favor though because they showed you for the troll you are,that when your cornered with facts and evidence you cant refute,you engage in childish name calling because it makes you feel better about yourself since as we both know,you wont look at the facts.