Weimar Germany 1919-1933

Evangeline Taylor
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Evangeline Taylor
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Couple of facts on Treaty of Versailles, the occupation of the Ruhr, Hyperinflation and Munich Putsch. Comment below If this helps you :)

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Weimar Germany 1919-1933
1 Treaty Of Versailles (28th June 1919)
1.1 Germany lost 13% of its land
1.2 Take the blame for starting World War One
1.2.1 War Guilt
1.3 Pay Reparations £6.6 Billion
1.4 Army limited to 10,000
2 The Occupation of the Ruhr (1923)
2.1 French invade as Germany couldn't afford to pay reparation
2.2 Industrial area
2.3 Germany lost money
2.3.1 German workers on strike
3 Hyperinflation (1923)
3.1 Goverment printed too much money
3.2 Currency become worthless
3.3 New currency was introduce by Stresemann to solve the problem
3.3.1 Gustav Stresemann
3.3.1.1 Foregin Minister
3.3.1.2 Chancellor
4 Munich Putsch ( 8-9th November 1923)
4.1 Hitler tries to take power illegally
4.2 Hitler fails
4.3 Hitler Spend 9 months in prison
4.3.1 He wrote his book"Mein Kempf"
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