Social and political tensions in germany after ww1

It is an Armistice for twenty years.

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They did not hear, however, unequivocal admissions of defeat. By the end of there had been nearly political assassinations, the vast majority of them traceable to rightists.

Even in the s left wing critics of Hitler such as the artist John Heartfield had seen him as a creature of industrialists such as Hugo Stinnes.

social problems in germany after ww1

For young people, in particular for those who were old enough to work in the war industries but still too young to serve in the military, the war, despite all its hardships, also had liberating effects, as many figures of authority, such as teachers and policemen, were no longer present, and substantial wages provided novel opportunities for consumption.

They recalled only that the German Left—Socialists, Communists, and Jews, in common imagination—had surrendered German honor to a disgraceful peace when no foreign armies had even set foot on German soil.

german society after ww1

Shortages of food and fuel concerned all the belligerents and even neutral countries to a certain degree but the situation was critical earlier and the penury more substantial in the Central Powers including the Ottoman Empire and in Russia than in France or Britain. After the victory, Vittorio OrlandoItaly's President of the Council of Ministersand Sidney Sonninoits Foreign Ministerwere sent as the Italian representatives to Paris with the aim of gaining the promised territories and as much other land as possible.

German history after has been the object of intense research for many decades. Jean-Louis Robert has shown that the image of the profiteer in English, French, and German caricatures was diametrically opposed to that of the soldier.

With the Treaty of LondonBritain secretly offered Italy Trentino and Tyrol as far as BrennerTrieste and Istriaall the Dalmatian coast except Fiumefull ownership of Albanian Valona and a protectorate over AlbaniaAntalya in Turkey and a share of the Turkish and German colonial empirein exchange for Italy siding against the Central Empires[ citation needed ].

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