What were economic issues facing Germany during the 1920s and 1930s?
Since Germany did not fare well at the end of WW1, they had to pay 132 billion marks to the winners. This was to keep the nation from growing and was followed by hyperinflation. Under these circumstances, Germany was an economic disaster.
Education is the main issue in germany because there are some schools in germany that dont have a very good education economy is also an issue because of all the pollution here in germany health care is also an issue because there are no good doctors here and those are all the current issues in germany. i live in germany so all this information is totally true
After World War I, all of Europe and the U.S. fell into an economic depression. (Germany and the USSR were not included in this because of the Stressemann Loan of gold from the U.S. to Germany, part of which Germany paid to the USSR to make airplane parts.) These economic issues led to their pacifying Germany in an attempt to avoid a war which noone could afford. This continued pacification led Hitler to continue to…
Paraguay is always facing economic issues. It has a severe illegal drug problem. Much of Paraguay suffers from the Latin problem of Landfundia. With Landfundia, one person owns a large tract of land mainly used for cattle grazing. These large tracts bear no relationship to the factory farms and prosperity of California. It is a shame that Paraguay did not become a state in Brazil when it had the chance.