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Identify Any Three Factors, Which Made The Weimar Republic Unstable In The Early 1920s

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The Weimar republic was already from the beginning weak, because it had to pay reparations for the First World War, but the real crisis came in 1920s when Weimar republic had to face many problems all together. At first, the basic thing as constitution had many mistakes and therefore government was so weak. However, every stronger party in Reichstag wanted to use the weakness of government to their own good and become the strongest party in Germany, the political chaos and revolts raised in state. Finally in 1923 Germany faced its next problem, when the economic crisis hit Germany.In early 1920's, the Weimar government was so weak, and the biggest reason of its weakness was proportional ...view middle of the document...

After right-wing revolt, Kapp putch, the judges sent only one person from 700 actors to the prison. These all things caused that the government haven't got power over situation in state.Weimar republic had to face also political chaos, which caused many left, but also right-wing revolts and assassinations. Left-wing wanted to take over the government, because they knew about its weakness and Right-wing wanted be in charge too, but they had one more advantage - army stood on they side, so they wanted spread general chaos, to be respected. The biggest Right-wing reason for this spreading of chaos is their hate to Treaty of Versailles signed by government. From Left-wing revolts we know about Spartacists revolt in 1919, when 50000 Spartacists marched to Berlin to takeover the Reichstag, but it was stopped by army and two main characters of the revolt (Liebnicht and Luxembuorg) were killed. Also in 1919 commies took over the Bavaria and a year later they took over the Ruhr. Then from Right-wing chaos-spreading we know about assassinations around 356 people, including 2 foreign ministers (Erzberger and Rathenau- who signed T of V). Then doctor Wolfgang Kapp led group to revolt called Kapp putsch in 1920. They were stopped by...

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