1925 in Germany
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List of years in Germany
Events in the year 1925 in Germany.
- 15 January - Center Party member Hans Luther becomes Chancellor of Germany after the resignation of Wilhelm Marx.
- 25 February - Adolf Hitler makes his first public appearance since being released from prison
- 25 April - Paul von Hindenburg, winning 48.5% of the popular vote against the Center Party's Wilhelm Marx with 45.2%, is elected President of Germany.
- 13 July - France begins to withdraw from the Rhineland.
- 29 August - Walther von Lüttwitz and members involved in the attempted "Kapp Putsch" coup of March 1920 are granted amnesty by the German government.
- 5 October-16 October - The United Kingdom, France, Italy, Belgium, and Germany agree to the established western borders and signs mutual assistance pacts in order to stabilize Germany's eastern borders at the local area Locarno Conference.
- 12 October - Germany and the Soviet Union sign an economic treaty.
- 1 December - The UK withdraws from Cologne, Germany.
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Arts and literature
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- 24 March - Puig Aubert, French rugby league footballer (died 1994)
- 6 September - Moshe Goshen-Gottstein, German-born Israeli linguist (died 1991)
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- 4 or 5 January - Richard Saran, (72) German architect (b. 1852)
- January 7 - Emil Schäpe, (34) German fighter pilot (b. 1890)
- Anna Schäffer, (43) German woman who lived in Mindelstetten in Bavaria. canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on October 21, 2012. (b. 1882)
- October 9 - Hugo Preuß, (64) German lawyer and liberal politician (b. 1860
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