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The Weimar Republic, 1918-1933

A documentary using archival films to cover the history of Germany from 1918 through 1933. Program summary: Emergence of democracy -- "November criminals" -- Civil unrest -- Treaty of Versailles -- Treaty of Rapallo -- French invasion of the Ruhr -- Hyper-inflation -- Gustave Stresemann and the "golden years of the Weimar Republic" -- Outpouring of cultural and intellectual ideas -- Depression -- Rise of the Nazi Party -- Failure of democracy. c2002. 28 min.

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