Reichstag 1890-1918

HideShow resource information
View mindmap
  • Reichstag 1890-1918
    • Conservatives
      • On most issues, three right wing parties supported the Kaiser
      • German Conservative Party
      • Free Conservative Party
      • National Liberal Party
      • Their strength was declining - 1887=47% - 1912= 26%
    • Liberals
      • Generally critical of the government
      • From 1893 they were divided into 3 factions - limiting their effect in the Reichstag
      • E.g. German Free Thought Party
    • Centre Party
      • Importance increased - the largest party in the R'stag until 1912
      • A religious base - embraced a wide range of political views.
    • Social Democrats
      • Influence rose rapidly followig the end if the Anti-Socialist Laws.
      • 1887 = 10.1% - 1912 = 34.8%
      • Divisions in group
        • Reofrmists vs. Revolutionaries

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all The rise of Germany from 1871 resources »