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[[Fasciculus:Karte des Deutschen Reiches, Weimarer Republik-Drittes Reich 1919–1937.svg|thumb|Germania ab anno [[1919]] usque ad annum [[1937]].]]
 
''' Res Publica Vimariana''' ([[Theodisce]]: [[Weimarer Republik]]) estfuit usitatum primaeprima [[Res Publica|Rei Publicae]] [[Germania|GermanicaeGermanica]] nomen, quae ex [[9 Novembris]] [[1918]] post cladem [[Imperium Germanicum|Imperii Germanici]] in [[Bellum Orbis Terrarum I|Bello Orbis Terrarum I]] et abdicationem[[abdicatio]]nem [[imperator]]is [[Gulielmus II (Imperator Germaniae)|Gulielmi II]] condita est. Res Publica VimarianaSic appellabatur quia primum Conventus Nationalis die [[11 Februarii|11 d. m. Februarii]] [[1919]]<ref>Geo-Epoche, ''Die Weimarer Republik'', Nr. 27, pag. 21.</ref> propter tumultus non [[Berolinum|Berolini]] sed [[Wimarium|Vimariae]] congregavit. In litteris publicis protinus nomen [[Imperium Germanicum (1871-1918)|Imperium Germanicum]] in usu manebat.<ref>Vide constitutionem diei 11 mensis Augusti 1919: Primum caput inscriptum est: ''Aufbau und Aufgaben des Reichs'' ("structura et munera imperii"). In articulo 1 legitur: ''Das Deutsche Reich ist eine Republik'' ("Imperium Germanicum est res publica") etc.</ref>
 
Res Publica Vimariana anno [[1933]], [[tyrannis|tyrannide]] [[Adolphus Hitler|Adolphi Hitler]] inceptacoepta, obiit.
 
== Geographiae (terrae Rei Publicae anno [[1925]]) ==
 
{|class="wikitable sortable"
! [[Terra Foederalis Germaniae|Terra (''Land'')]] || Area<br />(km²) || Incolae<ref>Anno [[1925]]</ref> || Spissitudo<br />( inc. ab./km²) || Caput
|-----
| [[Anhaltinum]] || align="right" | 22313.313,58
| align="right" | 351.&thinsp;045
| align="right" | 143 || [[Dessavia]]
|-----
| [[Badenia]] || align="right" | 15.&thinsp;069,.87
| align="right" | 2.&thinsp;312.&thinsp;500
| align="right" | 153 || [[Carolsruha]]
|-----
|-----
| [[Res Publica Brunsvicum]]
| align="right" | 3.6723672,05 || align="right" | 501.875
| align="right" | 137 || [[Brunsvicum]]
|-----
| align="right" | 51 || [[Suerinum]]
|-----
| [[Megalopolis-Strelicia]] || align="right" | 2.9292929,50
| align="right" | 110.269
| align="right" | 38 || [[Nova Strelicia]]
|-----
| [[Ducatus Oldenburgensis|Oldenburgum]]
| align="right" | 66423.423,98 || align="right" | 545.172
| align="right" | 85 || [[Oldenburgum (Oldenburgum)|Oldenburgum]]
|-----
| align="right" | 137 || [[Vimarium]]
|-----
| [[Regnum Virtembergiae|Virtembergia]] || align="right" | 19.&thinsp;507,.63
| align="right" | 2.&thinsp;580.&thinsp;235
| align="right" | 132 || [[Stuttgartum]]
|-----
| '''[[Germania]]''' || align="right" | '''468.&thinsp;116,.13'''
| align="right" | '''62.&thinsp;410.&thinsp;619'''
| align="right" | '''134''' || '''[[Berolinum]]'''
|-----
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