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Title: To What Extent Did The Weimar Republic Solve Its Problems By 1929?

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Subject: History
Author: Solomon S
Date: February 26, 2017
Level: University
Grade: C
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This led to a German uprising with many workers resorting to passive resistance instead of violence. Although this may have worked it made Germany poorer as they lost a lot of money as no work was being done. The Weimar government tackled this problem in 1924 through Gustav Stresemann the foreign minister...

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He persuaded the triple entente to accept lower reparation payments, (Dawes Plan) this made it easier on the Germans as they had more money to work with and the French could leave the Ruhr so work could continue. Hyperinflation Another problem plaguing Germany was hyperinflation. With money running dangerously low German ministers simply printed more...

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