Occupation of the Ruhr:
- people stopped working;
- disobiedience, strikes and riots;
- took over factories mines and shops;
- violence from the French;
- lost more money than they already had.
- exsisted before;
- £6.6 billion in goods and gold;
- couldn't afford to make payments;
- left in debt with other coutries.
- more money in circulation;
- loses its value;
- loss in confidence of the mark;
- inflation increase.
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- loss in confidence of mark;
- mark became worthless;
- prices could rise 20%-1005 a day;
- major food shortages.
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- those with savings, war bonds and pensioners;
- businessmen- couldn't buy imports&new technologies;
- landlords and those reling on benefits;
- Government seen as incompetent;
- Jews became hated.
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- new currency;
- cut expenditures and dismissed civil servants;
- called off passive-resistance;
- joining league of nations;
- Kellog-Briand pact;
- the young plan;
- Locardo treaties;
- Dawes plan.
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- Extreme parties gained less support in elections. This was a success because there was less divide in the country.
- The economy appeared to be recovering. This was a success because Germany can start to pay off the reparations easier.
- Germany's culture was growing. This brought more tourists to Germany- meaning more money.
- there were still people opposing the Weimar republic. This is a problem as the country may not have been united.
- Germany still relied on american loans. This is bad because they could have been withdrawn at any time.
- some of the entertainment in Berlin was seen as corrupt and obsessed with sex. This could be a bad thing as people wouldn't visit.
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