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1919: Friedrich Ebert Reich President  
The Weimar National Assembly elected Friedrich Ebert as Reich President on 11 February, 1919. Friedrich Ebert, a qualified saddler, had been involved in trade unions since his youth, promised to be a president for the “entire German nation”, to be impartial, to rebuild Germany and to create systematic constitutional and socially democratic conditions.

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Friedrich Ebert was buried in his birthplace. Where was it?
  Stuttgart
  Heidelberg
  Munich
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