“Germany Experienced a Period of Political Calm, Economic Development and Social Progress in the Mid-1920s.”

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“Germany experienced a period of political calm, economic development and social progress in the mid-1920s.” How far do you agree with this judgement?
| |Yes it did |No it didn’t |Yes but only to a point | |Political Calm |- Dawes Plan was a loan agreement between |- Main democratic parties couldn’t work |- Stresemann’s successes were offset | | |them and the USA to kick start the German |together or compromise, leading to instability |because many Germans didn’t like his ideas| | |Industry |(political polarisation) |and wanted him to be tougher | | |- The French and Belgians withdrew from |- The Treaty of Versailles had minimised many |- Ideals of the constitution didn’t | | |the Ruhr in April 1924 (Young Plan 1920) |of their resources |develop, and the system didn’t mature and | | |- Joined the League of Nations in |- Lots of Chancellors, none of them stayed |become stable | | |September 1926 |long=unstable |- Treaty of Berlin went against the terms | | |and promised NO WAR |-“State of Emergency” was only lifted in early |of the treaty of Versailles | | |- Locarno ensured a permanent |1924 | | | |demilitarisation from the Rhineland | | | | |treaties with France and Belgium over the | |...
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