- Ruhr Crisis ended, Stresemann's actions caused them to leave in 1925
- Reparations renegotiated, Stresemann pursued a policy of fulfilment of Germany's international obligations through payments
- Germany admitted to the League of Nations in 1926
YOUNG PLAN 1926
Eased burden of reparations - increased repayment term to 59 years - reduced annual payments
It was ooposed by nationalist right. A coalition of the DNVP and early Nazi party organised a referndum opposing it. It failed, only got 13.9% support.
Culture + Society
Gay life flourished in Berlin
- Some young women pursued careers and live independently
- Often not seen as positive change by right wing Germans
- Outside urban areas, this behaviour was often frowned upon
- Architecture - Bauhaus movement created modern designs and graphics
- Music wise American jazz became very popular - especially in Berlin
- Erich Maria Remarque's All quiet on the Western Front (1929) looked at tragic impact of WW1 on German soldiers
- Cabaret etc
By 1929, Weimar Germany was a stable Democracy?