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However, the law was reverted to the version found in the 1925 criminal code, which was considerably milder than the version adopted in 1935 under Nazi rule.
Fundamentalist Protestants and the Roman Catholic Church were staunchly opposed to LGBT rights legislation.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Germany have evolved significantly over the course of the last decades.
During the 1920s, LGBT people in Berlin were generally tolerated by society and many bars and clubs specifically pertaining to gay men were opened.
Homosexuality was punishable by death in the Holy Roman Empire from 1532 until its dissolution and in Prussia from 1620 to 1794.
The influence of the Napoleonic Code in the early 1800s sparked decriminalizations in much of Germany outside of Prussia.