1. Why did the stock market collapse in the US lead to problems in Germany?All foreign loans were called back. The loans had funded German industries and helped to pay reparations.2. What did the German government do to try to fix their economic problems?They cut government expenditure, wages, and unemployment pay. (which made everything worse).3. By 1932, how many seats in the Reichstag were held by parties that were hostile to democracy?319 out of 608.4. Besides the Depression, what other factors helped the Nazis rise to power? List and explain at least three.1- fear of communists gaining power lead to a great deal of financial support.2- middle class workers saw that the Nazi party was strong and relied on them to save their government.3- nationalists blamed the Treaty of Versailles and the subsequent reparations for causing the depression, so they chose to help Nazis.