Democracy & Dictatorships in Germany 1919-63 (Access to by Geoff Layton

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Committed to the restoration of the monarchy in an independent Bavaria Planned with Hitler and Lossow to seize power, but became wary. Forced to co-operate with his rally on 8 November, though did not support the putsch on 9 November Otto von Lossow Commander of the Bavarian section of the German army Despised Weimar democracy and supported authoritarian rule. Very conservative Planned with Hitler and Kahr to seize power, but became wary. Forced to co-operate in the rally on 8 November, though did not support the putsch on 9 November Adolf Hitler Leader of the Nazi Party Extremist: anti-Semitic, anti-democratic and anti-communist.

In comparison the Treaty of Versailles appeared relatively moderate to the severity of the terms imposed by the Germans on the Russians at the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk in 1918, which annexed large areas of Poland and the Baltic states. Weimar’s Political Crisis | 33 1919 was in a stronger position than in 1914. The great empires of Russia, Austria-Hungary and Turkey had gone, creating a power vacuum in central and eastern Europe that could not be filled at least in the short term by a weak and isolated Soviet Russia or by any other state.

Most Germans argued that Germany could not be held solely responsible for the outbreak of the war. They were convinced that the war of 1914 had been fought for defensive reasons because their country had been threatened by ‘encirclement’ from the Allies in 1914. • Germans considered the Allied demand for extensive reparations as totally unreasonable. Worryingly, the actual size of the reparations payment was not stated in the Treaty of Versailles – it was left to be decided at a later date by the IARC.

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