This is a quiz designed for students studying the NSW Modern History syllabus. It is specifically about the trials and tribulations of the early Weimar Republic.
1.5 million men.
27, 500 men.
The government would not attempt to reform the Army so long as the army swore to protect the state
The government would not interfere with the army in exchange for the government remaining right wing.
The government would not attempt to reform the Army so long as the Kaiser was kept safe in Holland.
The government would not attempt to reform the Army so long as the army installed soviets in its structure.
Hindenburg and Hitler.
Hindenburg and Bruning.
Von Papen and Scheidemann
Scheidemann and Ebert
General von Seekt
The first round of elections for the Republic.
The Republic's attempt to implement the military clauses of the Versailles Treaty.
Wolfgang Kapp's appointment as the chief of the army.
Hitler's election as chancellor.
David Lloyd George
Had a negative impact on the entire German community.
Destroyed savings, but benefited those who in debt.
Assisted the workers while bringing financial ruin to the Junkers.
Coincided with Paul Hindenburg becoming president of the republic,.
Of his military background.
He was a member of the KPD and, therefore, was keen to see the demise of Weimar.
He was a monarchist and consulted with the Kaiser before standing for election.
He had stood before and lost.
The Grand Coalition.
The Large Men's Room.
Convincing the US to warn the French off any repeat of the Occupation of the Rhur.
Introducing coca cola, jazz music and hershey bars to bolster morale.
Convincing the US lend 800 million gold marks to Germany.
Convincing the Allies to halve reparations owed by Germany.
Luxemburg, the Saar and Posen had all had communist putsches.
The Black Reischwehr had taken over Bonn, communist uprisings had occurred in Kiel and Bremen, and Ebert called a state of emergency in Berlin.
Bonn and Berlin were bombed by Bratislaverites.
The communists had taken over Saxony, Thuringia, declared the Rhineland independent. and the Black Reischwehr had rebelled in Berlin
Was delivered into the political wilderness after his brief chancellorship in 1923.
Died in late 1923.
Resigned in disgust at the Dawes plan agreed upon in 1924.
Became a key figure in the republic's rule through his critical diplomatic initiatives up to his death in 1929.
To abide by western demands as a means of reparation for German war guilt.
For Bavaria to secede from Germany and become an independent nation like Austria.
To resist Allied demands at every opportunity.
To end diplomatic isolation, undo the wrongs of Versailles and to recover lost territory in eastern Europe.
Rosa Lichtenstein and Karl Liebknecht
Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht
Rosa Luxemburg and Gustav Noske
Gustav Groener and Rosa Noske
Wilson's 14 points
The bill of rights
The treaty of Rapallo
Women aged 20 had the vote
God was on their side
The British continued with capital punishment
It featured a chancellor
The Groener-Ebert Pact
The Legian-Kuta Stretch
The Legien-Stinnes agreement.
The Beck-von Rath affair.
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