The Golden Age of the Weimar Republic

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  • Golden Age of the Weimar Republic
    • Economic
      • Dawes plan spread out reparations
      • Rentenmark replaced Papiermark
      • 800 million gold marks lent from Americas
    • Foreign policy
      • joined the leauge of nations in 1926
      • Young Plan cut reparations by 70%
      • Nationalists attacked Stresseman for this, said he was accepting Versailles
    • Political
      • 1928 - Nazi 3% of vote
      • however nazis and communists built up parties and Hindenburg was anti-democracy presidnet
  • Production reached pre-war levels
  • Cultural
    • Cinema - popular films including Metropolis, actress Marlene Dietrich
    • No censorship
    • Golden Age of the Weimar Republic
      • Economic
        • Dawes plan spread out reparations
        • Rentenmark replaced Papiermark
        • 800 million gold marks lent from Americas
      • Foreign policy
        • joined the leauge of nations in 1926
        • Young Plan cut reparations by 70%
        • Nationalists attacked Stresseman for this, said he was accepting Versailles
      • Political
        • 1928 - Nazi 3% of vote
        • however nazis and communists built up parties and Hindenburg was anti-democracy presidnet
    • Bauhaus movement
    • Artist Paul Klee
  • Moral decline and unpatriotic
    • Wandervogel set up to restore traditional country values

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