The stresemann era

What are the people who rebel again the government called?
'left-wing' and 'right-wing'
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What did one of the first right wing group try to do?
Tired to take over Germany led by Wolfgang Kapp.
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What was the Kapp Putsch?
In March 1920, gathered around 5000 men(the free corps) mainly police, ex soldiers.
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What did the left wing workers do?
Workers in the industrial area of ruhr stayed on strike, rose up and took over several towns.(Red Rising)
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What happened between 1919-1922?
Over 350 political murders in Germany, mostly carried out by right wing extremists.
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What happened on August 1921?
Matthias Erzberger, the man who signed armistice in 1918, got shot dead by right wing group.Also killed Foreign Minister and throw acid.
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When did Hitler discover the German worker's party?
May 1919
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What did Hitler become?
The leader.
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What did Hitler change?
A new flag and symbol-swastika and set up private army of thugs to beat up anyone who disagreed with him.
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What were the violent group called?
Stormtroopers (SA) wore brown uniform with swastika armbands.
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What did Hitler change the name too?
National Socialist German Workers Party(NSDAP). Known as Nazi party for short.
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What influence did Hitler have on the party?
The members grew, however the party was still minor.
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What did Hitler try to do in 1923?
Try to take over Munich and then Germany.
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What happened on 8th November 1923?
Hilter took over Munich Putsch.
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What happened to Hitler the day after Munich Putsch?
He was arrested and taken to prison, Hitler went on trial for treason.
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What happened at Hitler's trial and after?
It lasted 24 days, The largest audience Hitler ever had, his tactics seemed to work and he impressed the judges.Hitler was sent to prison for 5 years.
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What happened while Hitler was in prison?
He sorted his ideas out, seeing many visitors, wrote a book which became a bestseller.Was released from prison in December 1924 after nine months.
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What was the impact of the putsch on Hitler?
He realised the Nazis would have to stand in electrons and win votes.
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How did Germany recover from hyperinflation crisis?
Stresemann created a new currency called the Rentenmark. In 1924 it was changed to Reichsmark.
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How did Germany recover from French and Belgian troops?
The Dawes Plan, the Germans could re-pay back what they owned. In 1929, a new agreement was called Young plan.
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What was the League of Nations?
An international peacekeeping organisation.
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How did Stresemann improved jobs,schools,housing and hospitals?
Stresemann used the Dawes Plan to build new factories,houses,schools and roads.Which meant more jobs an more money.
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What is the 'golden age?'
It was for artists,writers,poets, and performers. A sense of freedom, people tried to experiment with new ideas and try new things.
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What happened in night life?
nightclubs,with live bands that played American Jazz music,clubs provided dancers who were naked, men dressed as women and women dressed as men.
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what happened in Literature?
Writing became a big business, 120 newspapers and magazines.
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What happened in Art?
Germans tired to show what Germany was actually like at this time and often painted in a way that criticised current events.
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What happened in the Design?
Bauhaus-new group of designers and architects, anything from chairs to coffee pots to office buildings.They believed in modern,simple and practical designs.
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How did cultural change?
Germans wanted art,music,theatre,film and literature to celebrate the order,traditional values of Germany.
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What did one of the first right wing group try to do?

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Tired to take over Germany led by Wolfgang Kapp.

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What was the Kapp Putsch?

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What did the left wing workers do?

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What happened between 1919-1922?

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