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Weimar/Nazi Germany

Weimar Republic 'Golden Years' # 2 GCSE History Ormerod

Name of ActionImpact
Reichsmark 1924 - restored the value of the mark - stabilised the economy - greatly reduced inflation
Dawes Plan 1924 - assisted the growth of German industry - reduced the impact of the payment of reparations - opposed by German nationalists as it gave the Allies control over Germany's railways and state bank/seen as an admission that Germany had caused the war
Locarno Treaty 1925 - aided German economic recovery - encouraged co-operation from abroad
League of Nations 1926 - Germany was recognised as a great world power
Kellogg-Briand Pact 1928 - peace would further assist German economic recovery and growth
Young Plan 1929 - reduced the impact of the payment of reparations - strong opposition from nationalist groups who opposed any further payment of reparations - Referendum supported by the Nazis to oppose Young Plan defeated with only 14% voting to reject it
Created by: lesleycollins