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what did germany have to accept
Germany had to accept responsibility for starting the war, and had to agree to pay for the cost of the damage (set at £6.6 billion in 1921).
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what was germanys army reduced to
Germany's army was reduced to 100,000 men. Germany's navy had to be handed over to the victorious Allies, and Germany was not allowed to manufacture war planes or tanks in the future.
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what land did germany lose and who to?
France was given Alsace and Lorraine
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Hyperinflation
German's currency became worthless
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inflation
the german government printed of more money to cover germanys debt/costs
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the new currency germany was given
rentonmarks
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dawes plan
created by Charles Dawes, an American, set realistic targets for German reparation payments. For example, in 1924, the figure was set at £50 million as opposed to the £2 billion of 1922
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the young plan
The Young Plan further reduced reparations,The money was set to be paid over 59 years with the equivalent of $473 million paid each year.
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what are 1924-1929 known as
1924 to 1929 is known as the Golden Age of Weimar.
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