G1: The Economic Crisis Of The German Economy

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Unfortunately, not only was the government’s infrastructures becoming weak, but it also began losing its discipline. In an attempt to bring prosperity back to Germany, the government asked the United States for several juicy loans. With such money, almost an instant boom was created. Culture was flourishing back, construction, music, art, every aspect of the German culture was expanding at a rapid pace.(source G1) Unfortunately, people began rioting and became uncivilized. Thanks to the general strike in Germany, prosperity left as easy as it came. People would trade goods instead of buying them and monetary flow slowed until it was completely stopped. Trades dramatically lost their value and within months into the strike, Germany was heading …show more content…
Germany had problems paying its debts; money was either going to reparations from the Treaty of Versailles or to the U.S. and other countries who loaned money to Germany. The government was about to fall into a crisis that seemed to have no exit, but there was still hope and an idea was born. As soon as it could, the government began printing money. Soon, the amount of bills was greatly increased to the level in which Germany had “paid” all its debts faster than no one could even …show more content…
For example, we have the Kapp Putsch which was when German rebels overtook the entire city of Berlin because they didn’t agree with the way the Weimar government was dealing with the Treaty of Versailles. Another rebellion was the Spartacist uprising.(source V) This was one of the biggest problems with the people because the goal of the Spartacist was to overthrow the Weimar and create a new socialist era in Germany. This rebellion was one of the worst because the army had to seek help from the Freikorps; an ancient “patrol” that helped keep the balance between crime and peace.(source I & K1) People were living in a hot pot full feelings that didn’t allow ino rationalization, but, after all, they have had lived through so much lately that they didn’t know who else to

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