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What do the pictures represent about the problems in Weimar Germany?. End of WW1. Spartacists. Hyperinflation. Occupation of the Ruhr. Treaty of Versailles. Kaiser Wilhelm abdicates. Kapp Putsch. Munich Putsch. Hitler joins Nazis. Weimar Republic created.

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End of WW1 Germany?

Spartacists

Hyperinflation

Occupation of

the Ruhr

Treaty of

Versailles

Kaiser Wilhelm

abdicates

Kapp Putsch

Munich Putsch

Hitler joins

Nazis

Weimar Republic

created



Lesson objectives Germany?

  • To be able to describe the problems faced by the Weimar Government 1919 to the end of 1923

  • To be able to produce a mind map of the problems faced


The problems

faced by the

Weimar Republic


You have Republic, include for each problem:3 minutes to complete the worksheet:

‘Weimar problems: True or false’


There were a lot of problems what solutions were there
There were a lot of problems what solutions were there…. Republic, include for each problem:

  • Complete the table with solutions to each problem:

  • In 2 minutes complete as much of the table as you can from memory

  • Work with a partner complete more information in a different colour pen


What year did Germany join the League of Nations? Republic, include for each problem:

1926



What was the Young Plan? money from America?

It lowered the reparation payments from Germany to the USA



Who was the Locarno Pact between? Stresemann?

Britain, France, Belgium and Italy all signed with Germany


What did the Locarno Pact agree? Stresemann?

To guarantee borders, they all promised not to invade each other



How did Stresemann spend the money lent to him under the Dawes Plan?

He began repaying reparations again and began investing in businesses to help the economy


Stresemann Dawes Plan?

Able to trade overseas – recovery after War

Why were the years 1924 – 1929 a period of recovery for the

Weimar Republic?

New currency

Rentenmark

Loans from USA

Less support for Extremist Parties

Improved International Relations


Key terms you must know these
Key Terms – You must know these Dawes Plan?

  • Treaty of Versailles Ruhr

  • Diktat Diplomacy

  • Stabbed in the Back Reparations

  • November Criminals Default

  • Weimar Constitution Hyperinflation

  • Proportional Representation

  • Article 48

  • Spartacists

  • Kapp Putsch


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