Berlin 1918-1945

Danielle Cyr - Berlin 272 - Professors Atherton & Forster - 2/20/13

Democracy & Dictatorship 1918-45

Renewed Uprisings in Berlin

1919

Series of Attacks on the Republic

1919 - 1923

Weimar Constitution

1919

Wake of Spartacist Uprising

1919

Weimar Coalition Parties Lose Votes

1920

Provisions of the Versailles Peace Treaty

1921

Cuno Government Crises

1922 - 1923

Disbanding of the USPD

1922

Gustav Stresemann Becomes Foreign Prime Minister

1923 - 1929

Hitler Loses Support from Bavarian Hierachy

1923

Stresemann Government

1923

Failed Putsch

1923

Stabilisation Period

1924 - 1928

Dawes Plan

1924

Putschist Approach

1925

The Locarno Treaty

1925

Germany Becomes Member of League of Nations

1926

Berlin Treaty

1926

Kellogg-Briand Pact

1928

Economic Depression

1929 - 1933

Young Plan

1929

Elections

1933

Parties Outlawed

1933

Except KPD

Weimar Culture, Democracy, & Collapse

New Ideas in Natural Sciences

1920

Psychology
Social Theory
Psychoanalysis

Expansion and Commercialisation of Popular Culture

1920

New Ideas in Architecture

1920

Interior Design
Furniture

Music, Art, and Theater Advancements

1920

Schonberg
American Jazz

Hindenburg

1925 - 1926

Law on Unemployment Insurance

1927

Ruhr Iron Strike

1928

Spread of Cinemas

1929

Unemployment Period

1929 - 1930

Weimar Democracy Falls

1929

Wall Street Crash

1929

Nuremberg Party Rally

1929

Brüning's Cabinet

1930

First Presidential Cabinet Appointed

1930

Radio Used for Nazi Propaganda

1932

Hoover Moratorium

1932

Nazi's Gain Seats

1932

Hitler Turns Down Hindenburg's Offer

1932

Verge of Civil War in Germany

1932

Schleicher Appointed Chancellor

1932 - 1933

Hitler Appointed Chancellor

1933