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Why study weimar germany democracy & civic engagement by professor paul bookbinder, university of massachusetts boston the history of the weimar republic. It is impossible to understand the history of modern europe without some knowledge of the weimar republic the brief fourteen-year period of democracy was marked by. In 1918, germany's army retreated on the western front thousands of german troops had surrendered at the battle of amiens, and the german high command acknowledged. Includes bibliography v 1 from the collapse of the empire to hindenburg's election--v 2 from the locarno conference to hitler's seizure of power.
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Hitler did not appear in a vacuum the ground was paved for him by the foolish policies of the weimar republic, which plunged germany into hyperinflation. The history of the weimar republic (1919-1933) illuminates one of the most creative and crucial periods in the twentieth century and serves as a significant case. Key facts about the weimar republic german history resources sections include timeline german revolution beer hall putsch inflation spartakist rising league of nations.
Books shelved as weimar-republic: when money dies: the nightmare of the weimar hyper inflation by adam fergusson, the artificial silk girl by irmgard keu. This text, therefore, provides an excellent introduction to the history of the weimar republic and a guide to the state of research for more advanced students. The weimar republic is the name given to the german government between the end of the imperial period (1918) and the beginning of nazi germany (1933.
There were many weaknesses of the weimar republic some were present from the very beginning while others only emerged in its latter years in the first place, it was.