GCSE Knowledge organiser Germany 1918 1933 Germany timeline

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GCSE Knowledge organiser Germany, 1918 -1933 Germany timeline, 1918 -32 Key words 1. 1918

GCSE Knowledge organiser Germany, 1918 -1933 Germany timeline, 1918 -32 Key words 1. 1918 1. Abdication of Wilhelm II, 9 th Nov; armistice signed, 11 th Nov. 1. Abdication 1. To leave throne. 2. 1919 2. Paris Peace Conference, Spartacist Uprising, Jan; Treaty of Versailles, 28 th June; Weimar Republic, Ebert becomes President, Aug; Hitler joins DAP, Sep. 2. Armistice 2. An end to fighting. 3. 1920 3. Kapp Putsch, Mar; SA formed, Oct. 3. Spartacists 3. Left-wing group; Luxemburg and Leibknecht. 4. 1921 4. Reparations fixed at £ 6. 6 billion, Apr. 4. Putsch 4. An attempt to take over the government. 5. 1922 5. Germany misses a reparations payment, May. 5. Freikorps 5. Ex-soldiers. 6. 1923 6. Ruhr Crisis, Passive Resistance, Hyperinflation, Jan onwards; Munich Putsch, 8 th/9 th Nov. 6. DAP 6. German Workers’ Party, led by Drexler. 7. 1924 7. Hitler imprisoned, writes Mein Kampf, Apr; Dawes Plan; Aug; Hitler released, Dec. 7. NSDAP 7. Nazis, led by Hitler. 8. 1925 8. Hindenburg becomes President, Feb; Locarno Treaty, Oct. 8. Weimar Republic 8. Nickname for the democratic government. 9. 1926 9. Germany joins the League of Nations, Sep; Stresemann awarded Nobel Peace Prize, Dec. 9. President 9. Leader of Germany for 7 years. 10. 1928 10. Nazis win 12 seats, May; Kellogg-Briand Pact, Aug. 10. Chancellor 10. Leader of the Reichstag, chosen by President. 11. 1929 11. Young Plan, Aug; Stresemann dies, Wall St Crash, Oct. 11. Golden Twenties 11. Period of calm in the mid-1920 s. 12. 1930 12. Nazis win 107 seats, Sep. 12. Mein Kampf 12. Hitler’s book: ‘My Struggle’. 13. Reparations 13. German payments to allied countries. 13. 1932 13. Unemployment at 6 million; Nazis win 230 seats, July; Nazis win 196 seats, Von Papen resigns, Nov; Von Schleicher becomes Chancellor, Dec. 14. Article 231 14. War Guilt, term of the Treaty of Versailles. 14. 1933 14. January Hitler becomes Chancellor 15. Article 48 15. Emergency powers for the President. 16. Reichstag 16. German parliament. 17. Propaganda 17. Misleading information given to promote a certain point of view T. o. V Key people Land Army Money Blame 1. Gustav Stresemann 1. German Foreign Minister (1923 -29) and Chancellor (1923). 2. Friedrich Ebert 2. First German President, 1918 -25. 3. Anton Drexler 3. Leader of the DAP, 1919 -21. 4. Adolf Hitler 4. Leader of the NSDAP, 1921 -45. 5. Franz von Papen 5. Catholic Party Chancellor, 1932. 6. Paul von Hindenburg 6. General, war hero and President 1925 -34. 7. Kaiser Wilhelm II 7. Emperor of Germany, 1888 -1918