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Weimar Republic 1919

History GCSE/Ormerod/ early challenges to the Weimar Republic 1919-23 #1

ProblemLinks to Treaty/Other factors
Many people died in the war or the flu epidemic of 1919. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Reparations made situation worse as lack of funds Other factors: Flu epidemic and war.
Food was expensive. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Reparations Other factors: Problems with food production.
People ran out of money. Germany printed more money instead of negotiating. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Reparations Other factors: Germany's money all spent during the war. Hyperinflation.
The Treaty of Versailles took away some of Germany's land. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Reparations Other factors:
Germany had to pay £6.6 million in reparations and still had debts from the war. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Reparations Other factors: War debts.
Germany refused to pay after the first instalment of reparations so French soldiers marched into Germany to take what was owed. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Reparations/Reduced Armed Forces Other factors: German workers went on strike so the French would have nothing to take but Germans suffered too.
Germany blamed France for Germany's problems. Links to Treaty of Versailles: Whole treaty Other factors: Hitler also blamed the Treaty.
Created by: lesleycollins