Weimar Nazi Germany 1918 - 1945 (edexcel)

This is an in depth quiz on the whole period of history, hence the number of questions. Enjoy :) ***

P.s please stick with it, i'm sure you will find it useful in the end :)

P.p.s I also apologise for spelling mistakes, I did check but I may have missed some ***

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Hyper inflation meant that people lost savings and benefits became worthless ?
True
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What happened at the Kapp Putsch ?
Left wing workers went on strike
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What was the Dawes Plan ?
american loans and Investment
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Did the Spartacists recieve opposition from the Freikorps ?
True
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What was the Young Plan ?
a negotiation to extend payments and reduce reparations
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How much were reparations reduced to ?
2 billion
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How much longer was Germany given to pay ?
59 years
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When was the Great Depression ?
1929
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When did Hitler become leader and rename the German Workers Party?
1921
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What was the Enabling act ?
Pass laws without the Reichstag
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When did Hitler become chancellor ?
1933
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How did Hitler control Trade Unions ?
They were banned, striking was illegal
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How did Hitler control the Church ?
By signing a concordat to allow catholic allegiance and education
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How did Hitler control the army ?
Having an oath of loyalty
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What did Hitler not enforce in education ?
Militaristic training
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When did Hitler stage Kristall Nacht ?
1938
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What happened at the Kapp Putsch ?

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Left wing workers went on strike

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What was the Dawes Plan ?

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Did the Spartacists recieve opposition from the Freikorps ?

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What was the Young Plan ?

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Great resource! Thank you for sharing it :)

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