11 edition of The collapse of the Weimar Republic found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HD3616.G35 A27 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liii, 352 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
|ISBN 10||0841910839, 0841910847|
|LC Control Number||86027033|
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This work shows unemployment's impact on the political choices and relationships between the German people, allowing the collapse of the Weimar republic and the rise of Nazism. Explain the Collapse of the Weimar Republic in the Period Up to Explain the collapse of the Weimar Republic in the period up to The collapse of the Weimar Republic and the subsequent takeover by Adolf Hitler in was influenced by a wide range of factors.
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Get this from a library! The collapse of the Weimar Republic: political economy and crisis. [David Abraham] -- Based on the author's thesis, University of Chicago, Weimar Republic - Collapse The crash of the New York stock market in September led to a worldwide depression, with dramatic effects on Germany.
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The description for this book, The Collapse of the Weimar Republic, will be : David Abraham. “The Death of Democracy is a thought-provoking new look at the collapse of German democracy in with a clear and careful emphasis on those individuals who operated behind the scenes to bring Hitler to power.
Benjamin Carter Hett also offers insight into the steps Hitler took to /5(90). The Collapse of the Weimar Republic Economic Turmoil As we pointed out in our guide to Weimar Germany, the success of Weimar from was linked to American loans to Germany.
“This rich, imaginative, and challenging account of the Weimar Republic reminds us if how much German history will miss Detlev Peukert's analytic skills and intellectual energy.
The Weimar Republic places the crisis of German democracy in the context of a larger European crisis and thus forces us to rethink the historical meaning of the republic's failure.”Cited by: COLLAPSE OF THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC their common interests.6 Political scientists need to remember that Tocqueville himself considered Americans' political associations to be as important as their nonpolitical ones, and they need to examine more closely how the two interact in different situations.7 Neo-Tocquevillean Theories.
To what extent can it be said that the Great Depression and the overburdening of the German welfare State were the main causes of the Collapse of the Weimar Republic.
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Freikorps. Top 10 books about Weimar and Nazi Berlin What I was looking for is best summarised by Lotte Eisner in her book on the cinema of Fritz. Dawes Plan. Great Depression. Article Sources. The Weimar Republic was Germany’s government from tothe period after World War I until the rise of Nazi Germany.
It was named after. The Weimar Republic failed because it was at the mercy of many different ideas and forces – political and economic, internal and external, structural and short-term. It is difficult to isolate one or two of these forces or problems as being chiefly responsible for the demise of the Republic.
And it’s about the Weimar Republic too, that brief flowering of German democracy between WW1 and the Nazi takeover. What an exciting combination of topic and author.
But alas, this book is nothing like Theodor Mommsen’s magna opera on the Roman Empire/5. “The Weimar Republic gave nectar to the artists, social reformers and progressive people of all classes. They drank it, unaware that they were sitting close to a dungheap. The Nazi time had already begun in the first years of the Republic.
The e-book the Weimar Republic: The History of Germany After World War I Before the Rise of the Nazi Party was interesting. The Weimar Republic was a form of government that was essentially forced on the German people who at that time had no tradition of democracy.
Also, this government was forced on the people after they had lost a hard-fought /5(4). The collapse of the Weimar Republic did not transpire from one sole reason, but from numerous short and long term factors.
The immediate impact of the Great Depression definitely catalyzed the demise of the Weimar constitution, however the social, political, and economic instabilities built up the tension that triggered the initial collapse.
Weimar Republic, the government of Germany from to Economic crisis and political instability led to the collapse of the republic and the rise of the Third Reich. Learn more about the history and significance of the Weimar Republic in this article.
Bonn was the seat of government. The country adopted a constitution in May,to establish the Federal Republic of Germany. The new republic was similar in structure to the Weimar Republic, except that the individual states had somewhat more power. Hyperinflation affected the German Papiermark, the currency of the Weimar Republic, between andprimarily in It caused considerable internal political instability in the country, the occupation of the Ruhr by France and Belgium as well as misery for the general populace.
Societal collapse (also known as civilizational collapse) is the fall of a complex human a disintegration may be relatively abrupt, as in the case of Maya civilization, or gradual, as in the case of the fall of the Western Roman Empire. The subject of societal collapse is of interest in such fields as history, anthropology, sociology, political science, and, more recently.
The Collapse of the Weimar Republic Political Economy and Crisis. Abraham, David, Book - Usually, historians view the collapse of the Weimar Republic from the perspective of high politics played out in the 'corridors of power' in Berlin. Less well understood is the process of political disintegration that took place at the local level, and less still, the relationship between the two levels, national and local.The Weimar Republic (German: Weimarer Republik [ˈvaɪmaʁɐ ʁepuˈbliːk] ()), officially the German Reich (German: Deutsches Reich) and also referred to as the German People's State (German: Deutscher Volksstaat) or simply the German Republic (German: Deutsche Republik), was the German state from to As a term, it is an unofficial historical designation that derives its name from Capital: Berlin.