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Mar21 - Fragile Peace European Politics Economy and Culture...

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Fragile Peace: European Politics, Economy, and Culture in the 1920s Key Terms · Weimar Republic · France’s “Little Entente” · Treaty of Rapallo · Treaties (Spirit) of Locarno · Invasion of the Ruhr · Dawes and Young Plans · Freikorps · Dada Movement · Bauhaus I. Post-War European Politics and Diplomacy Europeans could not have the same “return to normalcy” as they had in the United States Rather than forgetting, many Europeans spent a lot of time remembering and thinking about WWI through memoirs, etc. The Weaknesses of Post-War Liberal Democracy o The Specter of Communist Revolution o The Weimar Republic: Stunted At Birth? Not deeply-rooted enough to weather the Great Depression The failure of the German democracy is the big story Europe since WWI o Liberal democracy – the government exists to ensure the rights of the people o Many people wanted to see a return to conservatism France’s Search for Security o
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