Weimar Germany did have subcultures that were sophisticated and cosmopolitan.
One of the clever things the Nazis did in the last days of the Weimar Republic was suspend freedom of the press.
Some believe it goes back to the Weimar days, which I certainly don't doubt.
And once compared the Obama administration to the Weimar Republic.
Dimwitted Franz Biberkopf is released from prison into the prison that was Weimar.
Poor old Liszt is mercilessly dissected, and his admiring circle at Weimar slashed by a vigourous pen.
From Weimar to Berlin; where there are Jews to whom he has introductions.
He finally settled in Weimar, where he became private secretary to Goethe.
In 1849 he went to Weimar and accepted the post of conductor at the Court Theatre.
The plane with the post for Weimar I travel with has to be represented as going to Magdeburg, or the men might stop its starting.
in reference to the pre-1933 democratic government of Germany, 1932, from name of city in Thuringia where German constitution was drawn up in 1919. The place name is a compound of Old High German wih "holy" + mari "lake."