Germany 1923-1929 'Golden Years'

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  • Germany 1923-1929 'Golden Years'
    • Gustav Stresemann
      • He was the key politician, kept the other politicians on good terms with each other. Dies August 1929
    • Cultural Revival
      • New forms of music, theatre, films, painting, literature, architecture, etc…
    • Economic Improvements
      • Hyperinflation solved by introducing new currency - Rentenmark
      • A lot of loans from the USA which was good until the Wall Street Crash in 1929 happens and the USA wants all their money back
      • Versailles Treaty Improved by the:
        • Dawes Plan (1924) - This reduced the amount of money that Germany had to pay to France and GB
        • Young Plan (1929) - Extended time over which Germany could pay back GB and France
  • Improvements in International Politics
    • Germany 1923-1929 'Golden Years'
      • Gustav Stresemann
        • He was the key politician, kept the other politicians on good terms with each other. Dies August 1929
      • Cultural Revival
        • New forms of music, theatre, films, painting, literature, architecture, etc…
      • Economic Improvements
        • Hyperinflation solved by introducing new currency - Rentenmark
        • A lot of loans from the USA which was good until the Wall Street Crash in 1929 happens and the USA wants all their money back
        • Versailles Treaty Improved by the:
          • Dawes Plan (1924) - This reduced the amount of money that Germany had to pay to France and GB
          • Young Plan (1929) - Extended time over which Germany could pay back GB and France
    • 1926: Join the League of Nations
    • Kellog-Briand pact: renounces war
  • Locarno Pact: recognised Western European boundaries
    • Improvements in International Politics
      • 1926: Join the League of Nations
      • Kellog-Briand pact: renounces war

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