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The "Golden Years" of Weimar, 1924-1929.


There was relative stability in the mid 1920's in Germany as; there was no extra-parliamentary action
such as in 1918-23 (Spartacist uprising, Kapp-Luttwitz and Munich Putsch).
The nature of German Political parties was not the most likely to be the most successful…

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The SPD were made more reluctant to join a coalition government after mid-1925 due to the
election of President Hindenburg as he was anti-socialist.
This meant that the SPD was pushed out by Hindenburg who did not want the socialist view; this
meant that even less problems were tackled by…

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The "Young Plan" 1929.

A socialist dominated ministry was formed on June 1918, which included members of the DVP, DDP,
Centre Party and BVP, led by Hermann Muller.
This so-called "Grand Coalition" aimed to was to steer though the "Young Plan" of 1929.
The "Young Plan" was to tackle the…


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