1.3: Political developments

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When was the German trade union movement the largest in the world?
1900
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What economic change increase left-wing organisations?
Urbanisation
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What was the SPD vote percentage in 1890?
0.9%
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What was the SPD vote percentage in 1912?
28%
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What was the DKP?
German Conservative Party
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What was the FKP?
Free Conservative Party
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What was the NLP?
National Liberal Party
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What was the Zentrum Party?
The Centre Party
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What was the SPD?
Social Democratic Party
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Who did the DKP represent?
Junkers
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Who did the FKP represent?
Industrialists and landowners
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Who did the NLP represent?
Bankers and industrialists
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Who did the Zentrum Party represent?
German Catholics
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Who did the SPD represent?
Socialists, working class
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How many Germans were Catholics?
1/3
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How much support did the Centre Party normally receive in the Reichstag?
1/4
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What did the Agrarian League stand for? (3)
Protectionism, nationalism, anti-Semitism
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What did the Central Association of German Industrialists stand for? (1)
Tariffs to protect German industry from foreign competition
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What did the Navy League stand for? (1)
Naval expansion
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What did the German Colonial League and the Pan German League stand for? (2)
Colonial expansion, European dominance
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What was the membership of the Navy League?
1M
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