Weimar Republic Collapse

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There were political forces such as right-wing group NSDAP (Nazis), with Adolf Hitler as their leader, who plotted the ‘Beer Hall’ Putsch against the Republic. A vital and direct cause of the collapse of the Weimar government was the Great Depression in 1929 to 1933 The first plot against the Weimar government was the right-wing attempted putsch, or overthrow known as the Kapp Putsch...
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This was a plan which, if successful would install Wolfgang Kapp as the leader of a new right-wing government. On 13 March, 1920 the Freikorps entered Berlin. Although the Kapp Putsch was a failure it showed that the democracy had a limited support. As a result of this uprising the SPD was weakened, and their inability to govern Germany became increasingly clear...
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