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- Weimar Republic : Post-First World War democracy government in Germany, created in 1918 and ending in 1933 when the new Weimar Chancellor, Adolf Hitler, took control through parliamentary maneuver and became dictator
- Paul von Hindenburg : (1847-1934) German Field Marshal in WWI, Chief of Staff and then Chief of the Army with Erich Ludendorff as principal deputy; told Wilhelm II he had to abdicate; President of Germany 1925-1934, replaced by Adolf Hitler only after death due to his popularity
- Martin Bormann : German Nazi administrator, little-known to the public but became immensely powerful as the head of Adolf Hitler's personal office, the Chancellery of the Nazi Party, essentially controlling access to him.
- Philip Bouhler : (1899-1945) Business manager of early Nazi Party; Head of the Chancellery of the Fuehrer, Adolf Hitler's personal office; key manager of the Nazi euthanasia program; committed suicide at war's end
- Hans Lammers : (1879-1962) German lawyer, joined Nazi Party in 1932 and eventually headed the Chancellery of the Reich; sentenced to 10 years in the Ministries Case (NMT)
- Ministries Case (NMT) : One of the Nuremberg Military Tribunals dealing with members of Nazi civilian ministries, accused of planning and implementing war crimes in Germany and occupied countries
- Golden Party Badge : A decoration for the first 100,000 Nazi Party members, although it did not distinguish between "Old Fighters" and those that joined after the Nazis took control