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Weimar Politics under Stresemann
Policies -
The Dawes Plan, 1926,
To adopt a "policy of fulfilment" ­ to prove Germany was a responsible country and change Versailles when
other countries realised it was unworkable.
Germany needed:
New markets, new sources of capital, to restore confidence in the economy.

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DNVP vote fell from 20.5% in 1924 to 14.2% in 1928.
"LAMBACH ARTICLE" (1928) was the trigger for the party's move. Its pro-Republican tone split the party.
Hugenburg became leader on DNVP in October 1928 as an anti-democratic.
The Grand Coalition,
June 1928, Ministry dominated by Socialists under Muller, included…


Anusha Subash


Absolutely useful

Thank you so much! 

wonderful balancing of arguments and helps build up plans for essays

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