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Weimar Germany

How effective was the recovery? Only skin deep.
How many governments were there still? Six governments in nine years. But there were fewer changes in government.
Who was elected and what was significant about this? Hindenburg was elected and this was significant because HE didn't believe in elections!
There were no more what? Revolutions.
What happened to extreme parties? They didn't disappear but went very quiet.
Were there any major crisis's during this time? No.
Why did they have more money now? Because of the Dawes plan.
What was the most important factor for the recovery? That they burnt the mark (because of hyperinflation) and restarted the currency.
How much did 1 dollar now =? 1 dollar = 4.2 marks.
What 4 organisations helped ensure political stability? The signing of the Locarno Treaties in 1925, joining the L.O.N in 1926, signing the Kellog Briad Pact in 1928, & the Young Plan in 1929.
Reparations could be paid over a period of how many years? Reparations could be paid over a period of 59 years.
Due to all this money, what happened to Germany? It became the culture centre of the world.
How many seats in the Reichstag did the Nazis still have? The Nazis still had 12 seats.
Which group hated the signing of the Locarno Treaties? The Communists hated the signing of the Locarno Treaties.
Where did they hate the new culture? In the countryside.
What music was disliked? Jazz music.
What was the group of opposers called? The Wandervogel movement.
What was the whole recovery under Stressemann based on? USA loans. If they went poor, Germany would come crashing down!
What revealed all of Germany's problems once again? The Wall Street Crash.
Created by: eloiseis