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And it should also be remembered that by 1932 Germany actually received more in loans under the Dawes Plan (see pages 72–3) than it paid in reparations. It is not really possible to maintain that the Treaty had weakened Germany politically. In some respects, Germany in Annexation Taking over of another country against its will. Key question Did the Treaty of Versailles fundamentally weaken Weimar Germany? Key term • Clemenceau, the French representative, was forced to give way over most of his country’s more extreme demands, such as the creation of an independent Rhineland and the annexation of the Saar.
The Weimar Republic had to cope with the massive costs of war. By 1919, Germany’s ﬁnances were described by Volker Berghahn as ‘an unholy mess’. Medium term The government of the Weimar Republic (like any government with a large deﬁcit) could control inﬂation only by narrowing the gap between the government’s income and expenditure through: • increasing taxation in order to raises its income • cutting government spending in order to reduce its expenditure. However, in view of Germany’s domestic situation neither of these options was particularly attractive, as both would alienate the people and cause political and social difﬁculties, such as increased unemployment and industrial decline.
4 | The Threat from the Extreme Right Opposition from the extreme right was very different both in its form and in its extent to that of the extreme left. On the right wing there was a very mixed collection of opponents to the Republic and their resistance found expression in different ways. 36 | Democracy and Dictatorship in Germany 1919–63 The extreme right in theory In contrast to Marxist socialism, the extreme right did not really have an alternative organised ideology. It was simply drawn together by a growing belief in the following: Anti-Marxism Opposition to the ideology of Karl Marx.
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