How did developments in Germany from 1919-29 affect the rise of the Nazis?

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How did developments in Germany from 

1919-29 affect the rise of the Nazis? 

  • There were many problems which faced the new goverment which was called the Weimer republic
    • The people felt that they had been betrayed by their own goverment because they were forced into democracy by the allies.
    • Hundreds of small groups were formed to fight against
      • The treaty of versailles - polititions who signed this were known as the November criminals, (hitler said they were all jews and blamed them)
      • The Weimer republic
      • democracy -  new system of voting, number of seats depended on number of votes gained however this lead to lots of small parties
    • Adolf Hitler was sent by the army to investigate one of these small groups called , "german workers party
  • The economy was quite fragile because Germany was borrowing money from USA and France/Britain being payed back by Germany, France and Britain was paying back USA this was called the  dawes plan  
    • This meant that when the wall street crash occured in USA it affectected all of the countries especially Germany.
  • The economy was also very unstable because the Weimer republic began printing more money to pay to USA so


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