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The Weimar Republic was the name of the government of which country after World War I?
  1. Italy
  2. Russia
  3. France
  4. Germany
Weimar was the name of the first president of Germany.
  1. True
  2. False
Under the Treaty of Versailles, Germany's army was not allowed to have planes or submarines.
  1. True
  2. False
What was the War Guilt Clause?
  • Answers may vary: Should include- The War Guilt Clause was an article of the Treaty of Versailles that held Germany responsible for World War I. The Clause also was the basis for having Germany pay reparations for the destruction caused by the war.
After World War I, French troops occupied which German region?
  1. Saxony
  2. Bavaria
  3. Rhineland
  4. Brandenburg
Germany never paid any of the reparations.
  1. True
  2. False
What economic problem was created when the Weimar Republic printed new money to pay its debts?
  • Inflation.
Inflation during the Weimar Republic happened so quickly that between 1919 and 1923 the price of a loaf of bread rose by 100 billion marks.
  1. True
  2. False
The Treaty of Rapallo was between Germany and                .
  1. Italy
  2. France
  3. Poland
  4. Soviet Union
Adolf Hitler was sentenced to five years in prison for an attempted coup in what city?
  1. Berlin
  2. Munich
  3. Frankfurt
  4. Hamburg
What was the name of the system created to allow Germany to pay its reparations by borrowing from American banks in exchange for putting up industries and assets as collateral?
  1. Dawes Plan
  2. Marshal Plan
  3. Lausanne Conference
  4. Commission of Responsibilities
What influential school of art and architecture developed in Germany during the Weimar Republic?
  1. Dada
  2. Bauhaus
  3. Art Deco
  4. Burtalism
Germany was relatively unaffected by the Great Depression.
  1. True
  2. False
What event in 1933 was used by the Nazi party to clamp down on the Communist party and increase Nazi power by suspending many civil liberties?
  1. an assassination attempt on President Hindenburg
  2. the occupation of the Rhineland
  3. a nationwide strike
  4. the Reichstag fire
The Enabling Act allowed the cabinet to enact laws without a vote in the Reichstag.
  1. True
  2. False

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