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  • Things you need to knowHitlers Rise to Power

    Nazi Tactics 1924 1929

    Nazi Tactics 1929 1933

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  • Weimar Germany Quick QuizThere are 20 Questions

    Which respected politician became Chancellor in 1923 and promptly ended the occupation of the Ruhr?a. Hindenburgc. Stresemann

    b. Cunod. Bruning

  • What is the name of the left-wing extremists who attempted to overthrow the new Republic in 1919?

    a. Spartacistsc. Freikorps

    b. Falangistsd. Nazis

  • Under the Locarno Treaties, Germany agreed to respect her what?

    a. Eastern bordersc. Southern borders

    b. Western bordersd. Northern borders

  • The right wing Freikorps rebellion of 1920 was known as the?

    a. Spartacist Rebellionc. Munich Putsch

    b. Kapp Putschd. Pitch Putsch

  • Following the French invasion of the Ruhr in 1923, the workers adopted a tactic of ?

    a. Mud-wrestlingc. Passive Resistance

    b. Morris Dancingd. Car-Bombing

  • The government responded to the French invasion of the Ruhr by printing off more money which set off ?

    a. Hypermarketsc. Hyperventilation

    b. Hippie Communistsd. Hyperinflation

  • The election of which ancient right-wing figure as President ni 1925 showed that Germany was still not reconciled to the young Republic?

    a. Hindenburgc. Ludendorf

    b. Kaiser Wilhelmd. Hitler

  • 8. Who led the Munich Putsch of 1923 against the Republic?

    a. Lubknechtc. Kapp

    b. Hitlerd. Luxembourg

  • One worrying thing about the Dawes Plan was that it left Germany reliant upon?

    a. American Loansc. French goodwill

    b. Italian Pastad. English armaments

  • The instability of the new Republic was stressed by the Communist take-over of which German state in 1919?

    a. Bielefeldc. Kassel

    b. Bavariad. Brandenburg

  • 11. In which year did Ebert die, to be replaced by the much more reactionary Hindenburg?

    a. 1925c. 1926

    b. 1927d. 1929

  • 12. The Kapp Putsch was only defeated in 1920 because the workers ?

    a. Took a holidayc. Attacked the rebels

    b. Went on strike d. Demanded a pay rise

  • 13. One weakness of the Weimar Constitution was that it gave the President the power to rule alone. In other words, he could become a ?

    a. Democratc. Dictator

    b. Descriptord. Monarch

  • 14. Upon becoming Chancellor in 1923, Stresemann immediately called off passive resistance and introduced a new stable currency called ?

    a. Euroc. Deutschmark

    b. Dollar d. Rentenmark

  • 15. Stresemann helped the country to recover immediately following the 1923 crisis by negotiating the ?

    a. Munich Agreementc. Dawes Plan

    b. Young Pland. Kellogg

  • 16. After defeating the Spartacists in 1919, Ebert then faced a rebellion from which right-wing group in 1920?

    a. Nazisc. Freikorps

    b. DVPd. Young Conservatives

  • 17. In which year did the French and Belgians invade the Ruhr?

    a. 1921c. 1929

    b. 1923d. 1925

  • 18. Which article of the Weimar Constitution gave the President the power to rule as a dictator in a state of emergency?

    a. 33c. 101

    b. 48d. 69

  • 19. A worrying feature of the Weimar Constitution was that it used proportional representation to elect representatives, leading to ?

    a. Cheaper foodc. Strong government

    b. Weak coalitionsd. Fast decisions

  • 20. Following the signing of the 1925 border agreements, Germany had a warm relationship with Western Europe called the ?

    a. Sicilian Songc. Washington Warm-up

    b. French friendsd. Locarno Honeymoon

  • AnswersStresemannSpartacistsWestern bordersKapp PutschPassive ResistanceHyperinflationHindenburgHitlerAmerican loansBavaria1925Went on strikeDictatorRentenmarkDawes PlanFreikorps192348Weak coalitionsLocarno Honeymoon

  • Exam TechniqueTypes of Questions: ComprehensionThis is where you have to show that you understand sources.E.g What can learn from sources A and B about the effects of the Depression?To answer these questions you must refer to both the sources.

  • Comprehension in ContextThese questions are asking you to use your own knowledge and the sources.E.g. Using the sources and your own knowledge explain how Hyperinflation effected the Weimar government?You must refer to the sources in your answer, but to get the higher marks you must include your own knowledge.

  • Value/Usefulness/UtilityThese questions are asking you to compare sources and evaluate them.These questions carry the most marks.Again you must use the sources in your answer and you MUST evaluate them.Questions now ask the value of a source e.g. Are the sources of value to someone enquiring about how Hitler came to power in 1933?You have to use the sources and your own knowledge to say how valuable/useful the sources are.You need to look at the providence of the source - who wrote it, when was it written, bias of source.

  • Essay QuestionsThese are the ones you spend the longest on. Make sure you have left enough time!You will be given 3 bullet points to help you dont just repeat these in your answer. You must explain them and add more information.Make sure your conclusion focuses on the question you are being asked.

  • Revision QuestionsBetween 1924 1929 the Nazi party made little progress. Do you agree?

    How did the Nazi party develop its ideas and organisation up to 1929?

    How was Hitler able to become Chancellor in 1933?

    Hitler was able to take control because of the weakness of the Weimar Government. Do you agree?

    To what extent did propaganda help the Nazis rise to power?