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By Geoff Layton

Access to historical past: From Kaiser to Fuhrer: Germany 1900-1945 for Edexcel charts the advancements in Germany from 1900-1945 together with an exam of:
- the second one Reich: society and governent 1900-1919
- the democratic scan 1919-29
- the increase of the Nazis
- lifestyles in wartime Germany 1939-45

Throughout the publication, key dates, phrases and concerns are highlighted, and old interpretations of key debates are defined. precis diagrams are integrated to consolidate wisdom and knowing of the interval, and exam-style questions and assistance written by way of an examiner give you the chance to boost examination skills

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The SPD would have been even stronger in the Reichstag if constituency boundaries had been revised to reflect growing urbanisation. Yet, although the SPD had become the largest party in the Reichstag, there were emerging two clear factions within it: the orthodox Marxists and the moderates (see page 26). It is important to note A cartoon from 1912 which tries to challenge the fears of the middle classes who saw the stereotype of the socialist as a bloodthirsty assassin and revolutionary. ‘A Sozi depicted by the enemies.

Industrial courts were set up to arbitrate disputes. Resignation of Bismarck; Caprivi appointed Chancellor: 1890 Anti-Socialist Laws lapsed: 1890 Agrarian League formed: 1893 Caprivi’s success paved the way for an even more important change – the reform of Germany’s tariff policy (see page 12). Ever since 1879 Germany had followed a policy of protection for both agriculture and industry. In order to encourage the export of German manufactured goods, Caprivi negotiated a series of commercial treaties with Austria-Hungary, Italy, Russia and a number of smaller states.

Bülow was determined to bring the unruly Centre Party to heel, so the Reichstag was dissolved. The government’s election campaign was known as the ‘Hottentot election’ as it played on the campaign in Africa, but was also anti-socialist, anti-Catholic and nationalistic. 1, page 35). This enabled Bülow to bring together the Conservatives, Free Conservatives, National Liberals and Left Liberals in a coalition dubbed the ‘Bülow bloc’. Posadowsky was replaced by the conservative bureaucrat, Bethmann, as Interior Secretary.

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