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By Roman Buettner
This chart presents the most important political parties of the Weimar Republic between 1918 and 1933. The parties have been arranged according to their political attitude (left to right) and the resource contains key people from these parties
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This resource looks at the key points in the Treaty of Versailles and the effects it had on Germany. Part of this worksheet can be filled in using the map provided, the rest using any standard history textbook. An answer key is provided with this
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This timeline focuses on key events in Germany after World War I and prior to the founding of the Weimar Republic. It can be used to stimulate a discussion on whether the events that led to Weimar can be seen as a revolution or not.
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This resource looks at the outcome of World War I, the casualties, political and social effects of the "war to end all wars". Centering around the armistice signed at Compiegne, this resource also looks at the questions asked by the victors and the
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Two source texts that deal with the two Germanys proclaimed on 9 November 1918. Source 1 is the speech given by Social Democrat Philipp Scheidemann proclaiming a democratic republic. Source 2 is the speech given by Communist leader Karl Liebknecht
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