Probably none. It's certainly not a blueprint for other countries. The situation in Germany was most unusual in two respects: 1. Germany had an earlier (though unsuccessful) democratic tradition of sorts. 2. The country that had prided itself on its cultural, academic and scientific achievements, the country that had liked to see itself as the pinnacle of civilization, was exposed as morally bankrupt through and through.
Germany, Soviet Union, and Spain.
There was a major retreat from democracy. All Eastern European countries, with the exception of Czechoslovakia, fell to an authoritarian government. In addition, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and Italy were totalitarian states and adding to that, Italy, Nazi Germany, and Spain were also fascist.
The answer is democratic
Germany invaded Poland in 1939, and before that, since 1918 (when Poland gained its independence), it was a democratic country (however, wioth a kind of authoritarian government).
No. In Germany, as in many European countries, democracy failed in the interwar period. In Germany (unlike, say, Italy) the dictatorship that came to power was antisemitic, but that doesn't make democracy or failed democracy a cause of the Holocaust.(In the late 1940s the view that 'democracy caused Nazism' was popular among some ultra-conservative hardliners in Germany, who equated democracy with 'mob rule').
The Philippines, USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Germany, and Greece.
Germany is Republic not Democracy.
The Philippines, USA, Canada, Australia, UK and Germany are some examples of countries with representative democracy.
North Korea, Burma, Zimbabwe. There is also at the moment in Libya with Gaddafi and in the war Germany was one with Adolf Hitler
Stage 4; the same as most Western European countries.
a representative democracy is where there is a leader to look after the country. some countries that are with representative democracy's are The phillippienes, Australia, ISA, UK, Canada and Germany.
1. Russia 2. India 3.Israel 4.Canada 5. Germany
France and Great Britain were both democracies. Technically Britain is a democratic monarchy. Germany was froced into democracy by the abdication of it kaiser.
Authoritarian monarchy with elected Parliament
Yes, of course. Germany is a democracy.
Nazi Germany was a form of Fascism......Fascism is a Political theory advocating (In favor of) and Authoritarian (characteristic of absolute leader)Hierarchical government opposed to democracyNazism is a Totalitarianism/Fascism type of government featuring racism and expansionism and and obedience to a strong leader in this case Hitler
No. It a democracy.
Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands, Iceland are generally considered to be "social democracies". Germany, Austria, and countries in Continental Europe are generally considered to be "social market economies".
he answered to no one but himself. he was the highest governing body in Germany
Today Germany has a Federal Republic form of democracy
No - Germany is a fre country and a democracy
NO, it is an parliamentarian democracy.
No, because it is a democracy.
a democracy is a government policy which allows its countries people to choose who to lead them. Opposite of this is a dictatorship where a countrys people are oppressed and can't protest e.g. libya or nazi Germany. the Nazis were a dictatorship-ww2