Was 1924-1929 a Golden Age for Germany?

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Affordable homes were built - economic golden age
1925
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How many affordable homes were built? - economic golden age
Approx. 180,000
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Real wages grew by 12% - economic golden age
1928
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3 million unemployed - not economic golden age
March 1926
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Mining companies reduced workforce between 1922 and 1925 - not economic golden age
136,000
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No political uprisings - political golden age
After 1925
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In 1928 how many votes did pro-weimar parties have? - political golden age
72.8%
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How many weimar governments were there between 1924 and 1929 -not political golden age
6
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How many civilians were killed in street fights between Nazis and Communists? - not political golden age
50
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What did Young Plan do? - foreign policy golden age
Reduced current payments and total burden (1929)
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What did the Dawes Plan do?- foreign policy golden age
Helped German economic recovery
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What percentage of people supported Hitler's anti Young Plan campaign? - not foreign policy golden age
14% - Hitler became well known
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What did right wing Germans see the two plans as? - not foreign policy golden age
Giving in and un-German
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What were two new design movements? - culture golden age
Bauhause and Functionalist
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How many people had radio at the end of the Golden Age? - culture golden age
4 million
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Who created a campaign against homosexuality, birth control and female emancipation - not culture golden age
The Nazis
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What percentage of rural areas had a radio? - not culture golden age
10%
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Approx. 180,000

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How many affordable homes were built? - economic golden age

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1928

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March 1926

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136,000

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