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when President Hindenburg died in 1934, Adolf Hitler (Chancellor of Germany combined the Chancellorship with Presidency and then held a plebiscite vote on August 19 1934. Intimidation, and fear of the communists, brought Hitler a 90 percent majority. He was now, for all intents and purposes, dictator.

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The very first president of Germany was Friedrich Ebert, elected in 1919.
Friedrich Ebert was the first President of Germany.

Kaiser Wilhelm II fled as World War I was ending, and Germany was briefly without a ruler. A few months later, Ebert, a member of the German Social Democratic Party (also known as the SPD), was elected president. He would serve as president from 1919 until he died in 1925.

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In 1949, after Germany (the Third Reich) had been defeated in World War Two, The country was divided into parts.

West Germany, or the Federal Republic of Germany (or Bundesrepublik Deutschland) was allied politically with the U. S., the U. K., and France. The first head of state (called Chancellor rather than President) was Konrad Adenauer.

East Germany, or the German Democratic Republic (or Deutsche Demokratische Republik) was allied to the Soviet Union. The first head of state (called the General Secretary) was Wilhelm Pieck.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States serving from 1933 March 4 to 1945 April 12 when he died of a brain tumor. He was the longest serving President of the United States and led the US through World War II. Roosevelt was born January 30, 1882 in Hyde Park, New York and died April 12, 1945 in Warm Springs, Georgia.

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Paul von Hindenburg was president until 2 August 1934. After that, Adolf Hitler became Führer.

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Paul von Hindenburg was President of Germany from 1925 until his death in 1934. Hitler was merely the Chancellor in 1932.

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