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Modern History Germany 1918-39

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Comprehensive HSC study notes according to syllabus on Weimar and Nazi German course

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Politics of Germany German Revolution of 1918–19 Germany Politics Friedrich Ebert Kapp Putsch Stab-in-the-back myth Freikorps Ebert–Groener pact Weimar Republic Spartacist uprising Reichswehr
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Politics of Germany German Revolution of 1918–19 Germany Politics Friedrich Ebert Kapp Putsch Stab-in-the-back myth Freikorps Ebert–Groener pact Weimar Republic Spartacist uprising Reichswehr
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On the 11th November 1918, Germany sign the armistice, bringing the Great War to an end. However, the war officially ended with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in June 1919. . 32 countries gathered for a conference in Paris in January 1919 in order to make peace, however, Germany was not invited . The conference was dominated by the Big 3, Lloyd George (UK), Georqes Clemenceau (France) and Woodrow Wilson (USA). These 3 all wanted different things from Germany. ________________ -Revolution and birth of Weimar Republic Intro . In November 1918, Germanys Democratic Republic was born into a world of violence, revolution, defeat and chaos after the war. After four years of war, Germany was on its knees and facing imminent defeat as the Home Front was in a state of political, ...
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