Not so 'Golden Age'

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Why was the economic boom in Weimar Republic precarious?
US loans could be suddenly called in and economy would collapse
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Why were peasant farmers the main losers?
Increased proudction in war lead to overproducing and received low prices for goods
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Cultural disadvantages
The culture change was seen as a moral decline
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What did the Wandervogel organisation want?
To return to traditional values
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Where did 30% of the vote regularly go?
To parties oppposed to the Republic, especially right-wing organisations
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What did the middle classes blame the Weimar for?
Hyperinflation and loss of savings
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Who was elected as president in 1926 and what did he oppose?
Hindenburg - disliked democracy
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Why did nationalists dislike Stresemann?
He started paying reparations
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Why were peasant farmers the main losers?

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Increased proudction in war lead to overproducing and received low prices for goods

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Cultural disadvantages

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What did the Wandervogel organisation want?

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Where did 30% of the vote regularly go?

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