Impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany

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  • The Impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany
    • 1919 Ebert's government was fragile
      • When signed treaty- Germany went into chaos
      • Right-wing opponents attempted a revolution against him
    • Germany fell behind on reparation payments in 1922
      • 1923, French and Belgium soldiers entered the Ruhr region to take what was owed in the form of raw materials and goods
        • German government ordered workers to go on strike so not producing anything for French to take
          • Strike meant that Germany had no goods, or money
            • Government printed more money but this led to inflation
        • French killed over 100 workers and expelled over 100,000 protestors


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