What Problems did the Weimar Republic Face from 1918 to 1923?

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May 16, 2012

 

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On 9 November 1918, the Kaiser abdicated and fled to the Netherlands. This meant that a new government had to be formed.The SPD, being the largest political party proclaimed Germany a democratic republic and formed a new government. The main interest of the SPD was to create a strong and stable government with which they could sign the Treaty of Versailles in order to end the war with the Allies...
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However, in order to return Germany back to peace and stability, the SPD had made a pact with the old order who had strongly supported the Kaiser; they compromised themselves by cooperating with the business community and the army in order to prevent a social revolution. Naturally this sparked off communist anger; the SPD had created a middle class democracy, while the communists demanded a worker's state like that in Bolshevik Russia...
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