Impact of the Depression on Germany (1929-33)

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  • The Impact of the Depression (1929-33)
    • The US demanded its loans back, but Germany couldn't pay
    • 1932: over 6 million Germans were unemployed
    • Millions became homeless and dependent on charity
    • Growth in support in leftwing and rightwing extremist parties
    • Weimar Republic became extremely unpopular
    • More people were willing to listen to Hitler and the Nazi Party now that times were bad
    • 1933: Hitler seized power and brought and end to the Weimar Republic

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