Nazi Party in 1928
for the Nazi Party had grown due to the country's
problems of hyperinflation and the French invasion of
the Ruhr. By 1928 Nazism appeared to be a
dying cause. Now that Germany's outlook
was suddenly bright, the Nazi Party was rapidly
withering away. One scarcely heard of
Hitler or the Nazis except as a joke.
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (1959) by
Shirer was an American journalist who lived in Germany
from 1926 to 1941.
did the Nazis attract little support in the years 1924
to 1929? Explain your answer
using Source F and your own knowledge.
criticism in 1924 of Stresemann's policies
election poster published by The
large figure represents Germany.
small figure represents a Jewish banker.
German economy is doing well only on the
surface. Germany is in fact dancing on a
volcano. If the short-term loans are
called in by America, most of our economy will
a speech made by Gustav
shortly before his death on 3 October 1929.
Source G or Source H, is the more useful
historian studying the achievements of the Weimar
Republic in the period 1924 to 1929?
Explain your answer using Sources G and H and your own
knowledge. (8 marks)
in Germany 1926-29
figures issued by the governments of the Weimar
Source I reliable as evidence about the effects
of the economic policies of the Weimar Republic in the
period 1924 to 1929?
your answer using Source I and your own knowledge.
interpretation of Stresemann's achievements, 1924-29
the death of Stresemann, Germany has lost her ablest
leader. He worked hard to rebuild his
shattered country and for peace and co-operation
abroad. Because of his leadership Germany
is now prospering and has an important place in the
affairs of Europe.
a British Newspaper (4 October 1929).
is an extract from an account of his life and
achievements which was written just after his death.
Sources J give an accurate interpretation of the
achievements of Stresemann during the period 1924 to
your answer using Source J and your own
knowledge. (6 marks)
Weimar governments were successful in solving
Germany's problems between 1924 and 1929."
you agree or disagree with this interpretation?
Explain your answer using the Sources and your own
knowledge. (10 marks)