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There is far more to 1919-1939 Germany than it simply being a prelude to Hitler’s rise to power. As financial ruin, military defeat, and a humiliating treaty blew in gales, Germans pushed for a republican system of government, and a new constitution to lift them off their knees. It was a period of not only struggle as hyperinflation and reparations cut holes into longcoats, but also of steady recovery as the nation launched itself once more onto the world market, as well as creative ingenuity that would continue to shape our understanding of modernity. Watch the political obstacles that had faced the likes of Ebert and Stresemann, the devastating impact of the Great Depression, and the dramatic dissolution of the republic with all its vibrant cultural iconography.
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