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ROBERT CLACK SCHOOL

GCSE HISTORY Paper 1 ­
Question Booklet
Name ____________________ Teacher
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Depth Study ­ Germany 1919-45
a) The problems of the Weimar Republic, 1919-1929
b) The rise of the Nazis and their consolidation of power,
1929-1934.
c) Changing life in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939
d) Germany during the…

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Section A - Checklist
The problems of the Weimar Republic, 1919-1929
· End of World War 1 (1918)
· The Weimar Republic ­ constitution, problems
· Treaty of Versailles (1919)
· Political problems ­ putsches: - Spartacist Rebellion (1919) - Kapp Putsch
(1920) - Munich Putsch (1923)
· Economic problems:…

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End of World War 1, The Weimar Republic, Treaty of Versailles
End of World War 1 ­ defeat!
Even before the end of 1918 it became clear that Germany had lost World War 1. The German people were
exhausted and starving. Soldiers, sailors and workers went on strike and the…

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Political Problems, Putsches
Why were there political problems in Weimar Germany?
The voting system used by the Weimar Republic ­ Proportional Representation ­ meant that lots of political parties
all had a share of power. This made it difficult to pass new laws and often led to arguments.
Some of…

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Kahr betrayed Hitler and the Nazis were defeated after a fight in the city centre.
Hitler was arrested and put on trial for treason. A sympathetic judge sentenced him to five years but he was released
after eight months.

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ROBERT CLACK SCHOOL

GCSE HISTORY Paper 1 ­
Question Booklet
Name ____________________ Teacher
____________________
Depth Study ­ Germany 1919-45
a) The problems of the Weimar Republic, 1919-1929
b) The rise of the Nazis and their consolidation of power,
1929-1934.
c) Changing life in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939
d) Germany during the…

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Section A - Checklist
The problems of the Weimar Republic, 1919-1929
· End of World War 1 (1918)
· The Weimar Republic ­ constitution, problems
· Treaty of Versailles (1919)
· Political problems ­ putsches: - Spartacist Rebellion (1919) - Kapp Putsch
(1920) - Munich Putsch (1923)
· Economic problems:…

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End of World War 1, The Weimar Republic, Treaty of Versailles
End of World War 1 ­ defeat!
Even before the end of 1918 it became clear that Germany had lost World War 1. The German people were
exhausted and starving. Soldiers, sailors and workers went on strike and the…

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Political Problems, Putsches
Why were there political problems in Weimar Germany?
The voting system used by the Weimar Republic ­ Proportional Representation ­ meant that lots of political parties
all had a share of power. This made it difficult to pass new laws and often led to arguments.
Some of…

Page 9

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Kahr betrayed Hitler and the Nazis were defeated after a fight in the city centre.
Hitler was arrested and put on trial for treason. A sympathetic judge sentenced him to five years but he was released
after eight months.

Page 10

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Elham.

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Thank you, I really found it useful it answered all the revision questions that I had as a revision source :D