The Deutscher Verband was a coalition of bourgeois German-speaking political parties that was formed in South Tyrol in 1919 after the region was annexed by Italy. It was a merger of the Catholic Tiroler Volkspartei and the national liberal Deutschfreiheitliche Partei. The German-speaking Social Democrats, for their part, joined with the Italian Socialist Party.

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  • The Deutscher Verband was a coalition of bourgeois German-speaking political parties that was formed in South Tyrol in 1919 after the region was annexed by Italy. It was a merger of the Catholic Tiroler Volkspartei and the national liberal Deutschfreiheitliche Partei. The German-speaking Social Democrats, for their part, joined with the Italian Socialist Party. At the 1921 Italian general election the coalition won 90% of the vote and elected all four of the deputies that were allotted to the region. The first leader of the Deutscher Verband was . In 1923 he was replaced by the lawyer . The most important press organ of the DV, until its prohibition, was the (after 1923, ). The DV as banned along with the rest of the non-Fascist parties in 1926. After 1945, the political tradition of the DV was continued by the South Tyrolean People's Party, which had the same leaders, and also used the edelweiss as its election symbol. (en)
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  • The Deutscher Verband was a coalition of bourgeois German-speaking political parties that was formed in South Tyrol in 1919 after the region was annexed by Italy. It was a merger of the Catholic Tiroler Volkspartei and the national liberal Deutschfreiheitliche Partei. The German-speaking Social Democrats, for their part, joined with the Italian Socialist Party. (en)
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