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The Weimar Republic
GCSE Weimar Germany 1919-1934 Quiz on The Weimar Republic, created by francesca.n.m on 09/06/2013.
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weimar germany 1919-1934
weimar germany 1919-1934
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when was the armistice signed??
when was the treaty of Versailles signed??
How often was a president elected??
every 8 years
every 5 years
every other year
every 7 years
what was the cause of hyperinflation in 1923??
the passive resistance during the occupation of the Ruhr
the Munich putsch
people took out too many loans in wall street
the government had to pay more money to compensate for the reparations
what was the name of the new currency that gustav Stresemann introduced??
how much was a loaf of bread by the end of 1923??
200 billion marks
2 million marks
when was the munich putsch?
1923 nov 8-9
1923 nov 9-10
why did people not like the new Weimar?
It was far too liberal
PR meant that there were many small parties and it was hard to reach an overall majority
people didn't want change and for the war to finish
they wanted an extremist government.
it was a long time if they didn't like the leader
they didn't change Germany enough
who lead the kapp putsch
Wolfgang kapp and otto dix
Wolfgang kapp and general luttwitz
why did the French and Belgium troupes occupy the Ruhr??
because Germany couldn't keep up with the reparation payments
because they could
because Germany threatened war again against france
because they wanted more land.
What was Otto Dix's Occupation?
Playwright / metropolis
The pillars of society and an artist
Bauhaus and an architect
Artist and the three penny orchestra
when was the kellog briand pact and what was it fpr??
1929 and a promise not to invade ever again
a stop to reparations in 1925
1927 and a promise to solve problems peacefully
1928 and any future disputes to be sorted on peaceful terms.
what happened in 1926 to improve the relations between other countries??
Germany and the young plan
the Locarno treaties
Germany is accepted into the league of the nations
spoke for the first time peacefully
what year did Hindenburg becoe president?
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