* The 'German Revolution' of 1918-19 had been very shallow, and the old elites were still firmly entrenched in key positions. * The Social Democrats (and liberals) were held responsible for the defeat in World War 1, and above all, for the armistice of November 1918. * The German Nationalists and the German military, who had been the warmongers, refused to accept any responsibility for their role in embarking on a huge gamble in 1914. * Instead of accepting any responsibility at all, the hardline nationalists peddled all kinds of conspiracy theories, such as the 'stab-in-the-back' legend, and talked of Weimar as a 'Jewish Republic', which of course it was not. * The harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles. * Fear of Bolshevism. Please also see the related questions below.
The question is puzzling, as in the end the Nazi opposition did in fact take over the Weimar Republic in January-March 1933.
opposition from the sparticists proportional representation article 248 === ===
Many of the German people linked the Weimar with the treaty of Versailles as it was the Weimar who signed it. Also the German people didnt want a democracy as they were happy with the kaiser who was a dictator but the Weimar was forced upon them by the Allies at the end of WW1
Weimar Republic ended in 1933.
'Friedrich Ebert' was the president of Weimar Republic.
Germany was known as the Weimar Republic after WW I because the republic was established in 1919 in the city of Weimar.___The term Weimar Republic is a nickname that was only introduced after it had ceased to exist.
what helped the weimar republic?
Left-wing and right-wing oppositionTreaty of VersaillesEconomic crisesConstitution and its electoral system
From the city of Weimar, where the constitution of the republic was resolved.
The Third Reich which was a dictatorship whereas the Weimar Republic was a democracy.
The Weimar Republic was formed after the first world war on November 9 1918
The Weimar republic was the government of Germany after WW1. For reasons unknown to me it was moved from Berlin to Weimar.
The Weimar Republic is what the government in Germany was called from 1918 to 1933.
The Weimar Republic was associated with the German defeat in World War 1.
because by the weimar republic was so bad and the army was s poor
The federal republic and parliamentary democracy of Germany established in 1919 is given the name "Weimar Republic" by historians. This system replaced the imperial form of government. It was named Weimar Republic after the city in which the constitutional assembly took place.
The Weimar Republic was born in 1919.
After the war.
three problems faced by the weimar republic was the treaty of Versailles, inflation and defeat.
Hyperinflation, political extremists, and multiple revolts all contributed to the instability of the Weimar Republic.
The German government at the time of Weimar Republic did not respect the Treaty of Versailles that it had been pressured to be signed.
The Weimar Republic was established in 1919. It was the German Government between WW1 and WW2. it faced many problems from extremists, power in the Reichstag and the economy. Reparations led to hyperinflation which was later resolved by the Dawes Plan.
In 1930, Germany was the Weimar Republic and had no dictator. Paul von Hindenburg was the President of the Weimar Republic in 1930.
The Weimar Republic .
The expression Weimar Republic is a nickname which only came into use after the republic had collapsed. If you look at stamps issued in 1919-32 you'll find that they say Deutsches Reich. This was a concession to hardline conservatives, who had an absolute horror of the word republic. The republic created in 1918-19 was not in fact 'based on Weimar'. The point is that the National Assembly met in Weimar in 1919 in order to work out a new constitution in peaceful surroundings, away from Berlin.