The Reichsbanner Schwarz-Rot-Gold (German: [ˈʁaɪçsˌbanɐ ˈʃvaʁts ˈʁoːt ˈɡɔlt], "Black, Red, [and] Gold Banner of the Reich") was an organization in Germany during the Weimar Republic, formed by members of the center-left Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), the centre-right German Centre Party, and the centrist German Democratic Party in February 1924. Its goal was to defend German parliamentary democracy against internal subversion and extremism from the left and right and to compel the population to respect and honor the new Republic's flag and constitution. Its name is derived from the Flag of Germany adopted in 1919, the colors of which were associated with the Weimar Republic and liberal German nationalism, and incidentally, were also the traditional party colours of its three founding parties: the Centre Party (black), the Social Democratic Party (red), and the Democratic Party (gold). More information...

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