History in Depth Study - Germany

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History in Depth Study - Germany
1 WEIMAR REPUBLIC
1.1 WEAKNESSES
1.1.1 Article 48
1.1.1.1 Article 48 allowed the president in desperate measures do anything that they could to lead the country and they didnt need permission from the Reichstag
1.2 STRENGTH
1.2.1 Proportional Represenation
1.2.1.1 Proportional representation is an electoral system in which the distribution of seats corresponds closely with the proportion of the total votes cast for each party.
1.2.2 elected Reichstag
2 TREATY OF VERSAILLES
2.1 Germany were blamed for the war
2.1.1 Forced to accept the blame and they were punished severely at the Paris Peace Conference and they were made to pay 6.6 billion pounds to France
2.2 November Criminals
2.2.1 People who signed the agreement to the Treaty of Versailles at the Paris Peace Confrerence
2.3 Violence in Germany
2.3.1 S P A R T A C I S T S

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2.3.2 F R E I K O R PS
3 K A P P - P U T S C H
3.1 Aimed to set up a new government because they were annoyed at the November Criminals for signing the Treaty of Versailles
3.2 About 356 people died
4 H Y P E R I N F L A T I O N
4.1 The sudden flood of paper money into the economy, on top of the general strike - which meant that no goods were manufactured, so there was more money, chasing fewer goods - combined with a weak economy ruined by the war, all resulted in hyperinflation.
4.1.1 Lead to fights and rebellions
4.1.2 decrease in the Marks - German money
4.2 Prices ran out of control - bread rose from 250 marks to 200,000 million marks

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