Germany’s post World War One experience was turbulent, but by 1925 Weimar had achieved temporary stability. However, weaknesses in its constitution meant it was always vulnerable to a new crisis.
When was Germany’s new republican constitution agreed by the National Assembly, which met in Weimar?
What was the name of the attempted armed takeover of the government in March 1920?
The Spartacist Uprising
The Kapp Putsch
The Munich Putsch
Which of the following features of the Weimar constitution was considered to be a strength?
Bill of Rights
What was the name of the new currency introduced in October 1923 that helped to end hyperinflation?
What was the name of the repayment plan agreed for Germany's reparations in September 1924?
When was the Young Plan, which replaced the Dawes Plan, agreed?
By how much was the total amount of reparations to be paid by Germany reduced under the Young Plan?
20 per cent
two billion Marks
Which two countries made an agreement with Germany in the Locarno Treaties to respect the borders between them?
France and Belgium
Poland and Czechoslovakia
United Kingdom and Italy
In which year was Germany accepted into the League of Nations as a permanent member of the Council?
What was the name of the agreement, signed by 62 countries (including Germany) in 1928, which committed its signatories to settling disputes between them peacefully?
Treaty of Rapallo
Treaty of Berlin