Stresemann, Dawes and Young Plan

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When was Stresemann Chancellor?
1923
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What coalition formed the Government with what parties?
The 'great colaition' with parties such as the SPD, DDP and the Centre
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Does he change the currency?
Yes from reichmark to retenmark
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When the occupation of the ruhr occurs, what does he end to ensure France goes back to France?
He ends the policy of passive resistance and starts following the terms
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When was the Dawes Plan?
1924
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Does the reperations total change?
No it stays the same at £6.6 billion
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Does the reperations change at all?
Yes- payments for the first five years are reduced and only gradually increase
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How much does American and a contribution from other countries give on loan to Germany?
800 million mark loan
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How does the Dawes Plan help German soceity?
Increases economic stability and employment and there is more contentment and less turmoil,
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When is the Young Plan?
1929
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Does the reperations total amount decrease?
From 132 billion marks to 37 billion marks
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Was this plan popular with everyone? -Who wasnt?
Yes it was popular with the majority except right wing oppoisiton
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How did the right wing see the YOung plan?
As an attempt to weaken German economy and therefore weaken Germany,
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What do they call those who negotaite reperations?
As the 'November Criminals' who "stabbed Germany in the back"
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In 1929, what do right wing parties force?
A plebiscite/ referendum to vote on a single issue of whetehr the Young Plan should be set into place in Germany,
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What was the result of the plebisicte?
Defeated by a very large majority so was accepted into Germany
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When does the Chancellor resign and what does he come after for how long?
He resigned in 1923 and became Foregin Minister from 1923 to 1929
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