The 1932 German election ballot featured 36 parties, many of which existed only on paper. The number of different groups made it difficult for any single party to gain a majority in parliament in the Weimar Republic.
On April 10, 1938, Austrians were asked whether they supported the March 13 Anschluss. 99.75% of voters said that they supported Germany’s annexation of Austria into the Third Reich.
A two-sided Nazi election flyer from the Prussian state elections of 1932. The poster appeals to Communists to leave their party and join Hitler. 'List 8' refers to the Nazi position on the ballot.
TRANSLATION: We are the architects of the red future! (trans. by Anja Bubat)
German Christian women voting in 1919. German Christian women were newly enfranchised.