Weimar Republic

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December 24, 2014

 

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There was a large number of Germans who rejected democracy as a form of government (INSERT). Because the constitution could not provide stability in Germany, the country and its people suffered greatly (INSERT). Moreover, the economic impact of the Treaty of Versailles was crushing. Germany lost 13 p ...
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Germany lost 13 p . . . The Weimar democracy ended when Adolph Hitler, as a constitutionally appointed chancellor, inaugurated one of the worst regimes known in human history. “I do not recognize parties any longer, I recognize only Germans,” proclaimed William II. Communist organizers led 50,000 workers in rebellion (INSERT)...
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