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Germany 1890-1945 WW1 Causes to end of war 1894 -1918 Power and the People 1170 - present day Elizabethan England 1568 -1603

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Before the war, germany was ruled by Kaiser Wilhelm II. However ruling Germnay at this time had its difficulties as shown above. Socilaism Militarism Goverment Industry The people
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The end of the war not only ended the conflict however caused the monarch to flee the country. After the war however things did not get better for Germany beginning a time of economic crisis. Defeat End of Monarchy Reperations Economic Problems Occupation of Ruhr Hyperinflation War weariness
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The treaty of Versailles was the conditions set by the allies for Germany's surrender. This caused many German's to feel resentment against the goverment for agreeing to the cruel terms of the Treaty leading to them gaining the name of the November Criminals. Land lost Reperations Unions Feelings Military
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After the war a new constitution was set up called the Weimar Constitution. During this time there were several left and right wing uprisings. However at the beginning of the Stresemann Era in which Gustav Stresemann improved the terms of the treaty of Versaille for Germany and the country began to prospour once more with a rich culture. Munich Putsch Stresemann Era Weimar Culture Weimar Constitution Spartacists Kapp Putsch
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After the American Wall Street Crash however, the Germany economy looked worse than ever with America asking for their loans back and industries closing. With the failing economy and high levels of Unemployment people began to turn to extremist parties such as the communists and Nazis. What was the depression How it affected people Role of the SA Growth of extremist parties
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Once Hitler was appointed Chancellor, he manipulated the people to gain increasing amounts of power until he become Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor The Night of the Long Knives Death of Hindenburg Army Oath Election results Role of Papen and Hindenburg Reichstag Fire General Elections Enabling Act Local goverment and trade unions Banning of Political Parties
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Not everyone suffered economically during the Nazi's rule with many being positively affected with Unemployment at an all time low partly due to Work programmes and armed conscription however unemployment was not this simple with invisible unemployment with jewish or part time workers not being taken into account in unemployment figures. Impact of war on economy How it affected people Work and Bread Economy under Schacht Economy under Goering
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