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Although Germany gained a fully democratic state in 1919, explain why some historians believe it was doomed from the start.
Despite the Weimar Republic lasting fourteen years some historians viewed it as merely an interlude between imperial and Nazi Germany, and believe that it was doomed from the outset. It had been described as a 'republic without republicans', which to have been introduced immediately after the war was 'a gamble standing virtually no chance of success'. There are many factors that have drawn them to this conclusion, primarily the long-term weaknesses it faced. These included a lack of any democratic history and the circumstances under which it was established. The foundations for this govern…
- Although Germany gained a fully democratic state in 1919, explain why some historians believe it was doomed from the start.
- By the autumn of 1934 Hitler reigned supreme in Germany. Using at least five of these sources, and other relevant information, describe the steps by which Hitler achieved this.
- Germany United. On the reunification.
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