Archived from the original on Retrieved Boemeke, Manfred.; Feldman, Gerald. (Retrieved 8 February 2017). Since World War II, Germany has sustained intermittent turmoil from various groups. During the Thirty Years' War, two battles took place in Breitenfeld, about 8 kilometres (5.0 miles) outside Leipzig city walls. After World War I and the revolution of 191819, the Empire was replaced by the parliamentary Weimar Republic. Archived from the original on 11 November 2012. Wild animals include roe deer, wild boar, mouflon (a subspecies of wild sheep fox, badger, hare, and small numbers of the Eurasian beaver. Paper from tends to be exceptionally brittle due to rosin sizing. 228 Other religions comprising less than one per cent of Germany's population 218 are Buddhism with 270,000 adherents, Judaism with 200,000 adherents, and Hinduism with some 100,000 adherents. Other religions accounted for.7. "Leipzig vs Berlin: "Natürlich ist Leipzig das bessere Berlin" Leipzig vs Berlin : Naturally Leipzig is the better Berlin. Due to the close proximity of many of the buildings hit, a firestorm occurred as a result. 30 The city's mayor from 1930 to 1937, Carl Friedrich Goerdeler resigned in 1937 when, in his absence, his Nazi deputy ordered the destruction of the city's statue of Felix Mendelssohn. Archived from the original on Retrieved Ornstein, David. The foundation of the University of Leipzig in 1409 initiated the city's development into a centre of German law and the publishing industry, and towards being the location of the Reichsgericht (Imperial Court of Justice) and the German National Library (founded in 1912).