The disaster of hyperinflation was indirectly caused by the symbol of the end of the First World War, namely the Versailles Treaty. What is more, German had to pay huge compensation to Allis. However, the fuse is that France and Belgium occupied the Germany Ruhr industrial centre so as to
These three coalitions and Russia's reaction to the system emphasized the disagreement of the European nations to the Napoleonic Empire. On the other hand, Napoleon's reign also brought a sense of nationalism. The Confederation of Rhine, which was Napoleon's reorganization of German states, stirred the German nationalism. Napoleon unified the German principalities under the French rule in a way that he used these states provide him with soldiers and supplies for his wars and because of this, the Confederation stimulated the German desire for unification. Napoleon also
On the other hand, Germany wanted to contradict the move, being an opponent against the Triple Entente, making a speech saying that Germany supported independent Morocco. France refused to withdraw their decision, yet it agreed to Germany’s Kaiser’s request for an international conference to discuss further actions. This was extremely rough on Germany since only Austria-Hungary, which is an ally, supported the Kaiser’s interpretations. Furthermore, Britain and Russia supported France, adding to the fact that Britain and France began secret military talks after the conference to strengthen their relationship. Britain, once more, supported France when the Kaiser of Germany accused France of taking over Morocco, and started to prepare for war.
The Treaty of Versailles, a document of all the demands Germany had to fulfil due to them being ‘responsible’ for World War 1. The Treaty was said to be dictated by three countries, France, England and the United States. Many countries believed that the demands were to extreme and not well thought out, even the English Prime minister and the president of the United States had worries about the impact it would have on Germany. Even though these three countries stood together to create a punishment for Germany in the end, the French PM Georges Clemenceau got his way the most. Which didn’t bring the German people much joy as his way of dealing with the aftermath of WW1 was revenge paid in all what Germany had to offer.
World War one, also known as the war to end all wars, lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918. Germany was one of the central powers in World War One. Their biggest enemy was the Allied forces. Throughout the war, many factors such as the failure of Schlieffen Plan and the unrestricted submarine warfare had brought Germany closer and closer to failure in World War one. On 11 November 1918, Germany finally surrendered .They then received a lot of consequences such as the treaty of Versailles.
Hitler made wide sweeps of propaganda to keep himself in perfect light and his enemies oppressed. Hitler’s main way of spreading propaganda early on was through his public speeches. He held a powerful and charismatic voice that convinced many Germans that he could solve the country’s problems after World War I.
Weimar Republic was the name given to democratic Germany that emerged after the First World War and lasted until Hitler’s appointment. However, from its birth in 1919 until the start of the economic depression in 1929, the Weimar Republic was to face many challenges.
During the late 19th century Europe had expanded its military and commercial control while also avoiding major conflicts. Germany's growth was threatening European nationalism this started a time of propaganda like literature in Europe. The literature usually stated racist and degrading remarks about rival nations. Due to these scandalous campaigns, as well as the ideal of
Moreover, the Cult of the Sacred Heart was closely connected to the nobility of the Ancien Regime. As a consequence, the Catholic sect acts as an opposition towards the advancement of the French Revolution and the progressive ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity (Harvey 1979, 365). Following the outcome of the Franco Prussian War, the French Second Empire collapsed, further exacerbating the already tensions between the French Communards in Paris (suburbs) and the Conservative Royalist faction located predominately in rural France (Harvey 1979, 368). Once peace negotiations were finalized with the Prussians, the city of Paris was in
As a result of this, Germans looked towards the french and imported their culture. However, this influence was short lives as in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, German writers revolted against the French influence and Bach’s music was criticised for being too greatly influenced by French styles. Evidence of this can