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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/31/11 An Age of Anxiety: Prelude to World War I I
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 5/31/11 Prelude to War Search for stability Europe characterized by pessimism Aversion to war Totalitarians, Fascism, Dictatorships
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 5/31/11 Prelude to War World War I - The Treaty of Versailles This treaty had been very unfavorable to Germany They lost territory They had to admit sole blame for the war Their defense capabilities were limited They had to pay reparations for the war This led to hyper inflation Germany currency became worthless
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 5/31/11 The Ruhr Crisis 1923 - Germany announced that it can’t pay  reparations 33 Billion Dollars France invades the highly industrialized Ruhr area of  Germany and occupied it Germans refuse to work
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 5/31/11 Crisis in Germany Other countries made plans to help ease the German  burden The Dawes Plan – 1924
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