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Weimar Republic 1924

History GCSE/Ormerod/ recovery of the Weimar Republic 1924-29 #1

ProblemSressemann's Policy
Hyperinflation He stopped the printing of paper money and replaced the old currency with a new one, the Rentenmark. He then further replaced this with the REICHMARK- One Reichmark=1 piece of gold.
French Occupation of the Ruhr Stresemann knew that French troops had invaded the Ruhr because Germany had not kept up their reparation payments. In 1924 he attended a meeting with French, British and American leaders allowed Germany to pay what they could afford.
Germany's poor relationship with other countries Signed the Lacarno pact with Britian, France and Belgium. In 1928 Stresemann signed the Kellogg-Briand Pact. It allowed Germany to join the League of Nations.
German industry is short of investment Big loans from America-Dawes Plan. Built schools, housing, hospital and roads. This meant that Germans earned more money.
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