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  1. 06.07.2022 · Perhaps the German people being a monolithic (or nearly so) society with law abiding habits kept the collapse off for an extra year. That said given our vibrant diversity that already shoot up family parties I suspect once the EBT Cards fail to pay for their preferred foods all hell will break out.

  2. The Weimar Republic gave us the most famous example of hyperinflation. Crushed under a mountain of post-war debt and reparations, Germany printed more and more currency to meet its obligations. The result was a massive loss of purchasing power for the German mark. Prices rose at breakneck speed to reflect the new reality. A 160 mark loaf of bread at the end of 1922 cost over 200 billion marks ...

  3. As in the past two lessons about the Weimar Republic, it is important that students can identify those junctures or moments in the history of the Nazi Party’s rise where individuals and groups made choices “for the good” that had horrific consequences. This helps to show that history isn’t inevitable and that history is made through our individual and collective choices.

  4. 23.07.2021 · Some years the inflation rate has been much higher. That’s one of the reasons why today you’re paying for a car what a really good house used to cost not that long ago. Why even in the still relatively small town that I’m living in you can’t get a decent house for under a million dollars. I’ve been doing quite a bit of research lately ...

  5. 25.06.2022 · The Weimar Republic gave us the most famous example of hyperinflation. Crushed under a mountain of post-war debt and reparations, Germany printed more and more currency to meet its obligations. The result was a massive loss of purchasing power for the German mark. Prices rose at breakneck speed to reflect the new reality. A 160-mark loaf of bread at the end of 1922 cost over 200 billion marks ...

  6. 11.08.2022 · No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, you should be absolutely horrified by what the FBI just did. When one political party weaponizes the law in order to crush their main opposition, the legitimacy of the government disappears. At this point it is clearer than ever that the United States has become a banana republic, and it greatly pains me to say that. From the time of the ...

  7. Only rarely did they question the entire social and political edifice, and these voices were hurriedly suppressed or silenced by reformist measures. In 1917, Russian workers and peasants objected to the war – but in their minds, it became a means of challenging privilege, property and state legitimacy… In Russia, the only business was a return to the issues left unfinished in 1905, but on ...