The end of the Weimar Republic Adolf Hitler The basis of German prosperity in the late 1920s was precarious, as it was largely dependent on foreign credits. When these dried up and the loans already made were called in, Germany was plunged into a slump more severe than that experienced by any other country.
When the Wall Street Crash happened in October 1929, the US withdrew its support for Germany and the German economy fell into a severe depression. The Depression created the political and economic...
Die Weimarer Republik war der erste praktische Versuch in der Geschichte, Deutschland eine demokratische Staatsform zu geben. Doch sie hatte es von Anfang an schwer: Ihr fehlte es an Rückhalt in der Bevölkerung, an Geschlossenheit und Unterstützung durch die exekutive Gewalt.
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End of the Weimar Republic Hitler's chancellorship (1933) Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor on the morning of 30 January 1933 in what some observers later described as a brief and indifferent ceremony. By early February, a mere week after Hitler's assumption of the chancellorship, the government had begun to clamp down on the ...
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1. März 2023 · The last days of World War I and the Spartacist revolt The abdication of Emperor William II on November 9, 1918, marked the end of the German Empire. That day Maximilian, prince of Baden, resigned as chancellor and appointed Social Democratic Party (SPD) leader Friedrich Ebert to succeed him.
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