Germany 1918-1945

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The Problems (Not in Order of Date):

  • Berlin Blockade
  • Inflation & Hyperinflation
  • Weak Economy
    • High Reparation Demands
    • Money practically Worthless
    • Little Production/Industry
  • Weak Government
    • Too many different Parties
    • Conflict between the many parties.
    • Each party armed with private armies.
    • Too much conflict to consider law and order.
  • Public Prosecusions 
    • People became fearful.
    • Turned against leader(s).
  • Starvation
  • General Loss
    • Business
    • Money
    • Food
    • Death
  • Munich Putsch 
    • Hitlers Attempt to Overthrow Government.
    • Hitler becomes somewhat an inspiration.
    • He gets jailed but is released: writes 'Mein Kampf'.
  • High Taxes
  • German Revolution
  • Invasion of the Rhur
    • Further weakened people.
    • Further weakened the struggling government.
    • Pride lost for Germany within the people.
  • Foreign Power
  • Treaty of Versailles
  • People Became angry
    • Riots & Rebellions
    • Demand for Politicians
    • Demand for new law and order.
    • Demand for new government formation.

Recovery Period (Not in Order of Date):

  • Known as the 'Golden Years'
  • Known as the 'Stresemann Era'
    • Extremely Influential.
  • New Economic Policies
    • New Temporary Currency goes into play.
    • Currency re-evaluated.
    • Official new currency declared.
    • Hyperinflation & Inflation fixed.
  • Banking Investments

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