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Stresemann exam questions. All of this was being funded on American loans. America could withdraw money and investment at any time. Being dependent on America could be viewed as a sign of weakness. Unemployment was still a problem.

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Stresemann exam questions

All of this was being funded on American loans.

America could withdraw money and investment at any time.

Being dependent on America could be viewed as a sign of weakness.

Unemployment was still a problem.

Extremes of wealth were being created – the very rich and the very poor.

Areas such as farming were not improved.

Extending the payments of reparations was just extending the problem not dealing with it. Future generations would have to pay. Hitler said “it was passing the penalty to the unborn”.

Top secret precise information

Annual (yearly) payments reduced to an affordable level.

American banks to invest 800 million marks in German industry.

The Dawes Plan 1924

Doubled industrial output.

Employment went up.

Imports and exports increased.

Government receives more money from taxation.

However

Reparations reduced from £6.6 billion to £2 billion.

Germany given a further 59 years to pay the reparations.

The Young Plan 1929

WR has less money to pay back.

Level of taxation can be reduced.

And remember, no likey, no lighty!

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Jan 2010

1 (b) Describe the economic policies of Gustav Stresemann in the years 1924–29.

(6 marks)

Developed statement(s).

(a developed statement is a simple statement supported by

factual detail.)

• One developed statement = 4-5 marks according to degree

of support.

• Two developed statements = 5-6 marks

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Jan 2010

1 (b) Describe the economic policies of Gustav Stresemann in the years 1924–29.

(6 marks)

Developed statement(s).

(a developed statement is a simple statement supported by

factual detail.)

• One developed statement = 4-5 marks according to degree

of support.

• Two developed statements = 5-6 marks

Clever connective

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June 2010

  • 1 (c) Explain the effects of Stresemann’s economic policies in the years 1924–29.
  • (8 marks)
  • Developed statements of consequence's).
  • • 3-4 marks for one developed statement.
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained change.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between changes.

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June 2010

  • 1 (c) Explain the effects of Stresemann’s economic policies in the years 1924–29.
  • (8 marks)
  • Developed statements of consequence's).
  • • 3-4 marks for one developed statement.
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained change.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between changes.
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June 2010

  • 1 (c) Explain the effects of Stresemann’s economic policies in the years 1924–29.
  • (8 marks)
  • Developed statements of consequence's).
  • • 3-4 marks for one developed statement.
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained change.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between changes.
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June 2010

  • 1 (c) Explain the effects of Stresemann’s economic policies in the years 1924–29.
  • (8 marks)
  • Developed statements of consequence's).
  • • 3-4 marks for one developed statement.
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained change.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between changes.
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Jan 2010

  • 2 (a) Explain how Germany recovered from its economic and political difficulties in the years 1924–29 under Stresemann’s leadership.
  • (8 marks)
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained statements.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between
  • statements.
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1 (b) Describe the economic policies of Gustav Stresemann in the years 1924–29.

(6)

Developed statement(s).

(a developed statement is a simple statement supported by

factual detail.)

• One developed statement = 4-5 marks according to degree

of support.

• Two developed statements = 5-6 marks

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1 (c) Explain the effects of Stresemann’s economic policies in the years 1924–29.

  • (8
  • Developed statements of consequence's).
  • • 3-4 marks for one developed statement.
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained change.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between changes.
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2 (a) Explain how Germany recovered from its economic and political difficulties in the years 1924–29 under Stresemann’s leadership.

  • (8)
  • • 4-5 marks for two or more developed statements.
  • 6-7 marks for one or more explained statements.
  • • 8 marks for answers which show links between
  • statements.