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1 Who challenged the Weimar Republic? Recall & Recap Can you remember 5 facts about those who opposed the WR?

2 Was the Weimar Republic saved because the Left was weak? Who posed the greatest threat to the Weimar Republic? What crises did the Weimar Republic face ?

3 Prestructural: The point or concept has not been understood. The student may have a number of unconnected ideas but cannot distinguish relevance. Unistructural: One relevant idea is explained. Can separate relevant from non-relevant ideas. May be a couple of simple and obvious connections but their significance isn’t grasped. Multistructural: Several relevant ideas on the topic. Several connections may be made but their significance to the whole isn’t grasped. Relational: Understands and explains complex relationships related to the idea or concept. Understands relationship of parts to the whole. Extended Abstract: Shows profound understanding. Transfer takes place. Makes new connections. Can apply to wider contexts and new applications.

4 left-wing Right-wing ex-soldiers who liked brawling, especially with the Left. right-wing A government formed when two or more parties agree to work together; often unstable and prone to collapse. Freikorps Strong affection for and/or loyalty to one’s nation; a belief that the interests of the nation are paramount coalition government Those who want things to stay the same or get even stricter e.g. nationalists, fascists, Nazis etc.). Favour strong, direct leadership from the capital from a man, often a soldier. nationalism Those who want to change things to create a more equal society, more just laws, fair treatment especially for workers and working class e.g. socialists, communists etc.)

5 Freikorps Right-wing ex-soldiers who liked brawling, especially with the Left. coalition government A government formed when two or more parties agree to work together; coalition governments are often unstable and prone to collapse. nationalism Strong affection for and/or loyalty to one’s nation; a belief that the interests of the nation are paramount right-wing Those who want things to stay the same or get even stricter e.g. nationalists, fascists, Nazis etc.). Favour strong, direct leadership from the capital from a man, often a soldier. left-wing Those who want to change things to create a more equal society, more just laws, fair treatment especially for workers and working class e.g. socialists, communists etc.)

6 Was the Weimar Republic saved because the Left was weak? Who posed the greatest threat to the Weimar Republic? What crises did the Weimar Republic face ?

7 Arrange the threat cards on a graph. The x axis should represent chronology and the y axis should represent degree of threat Use your graph to form a judgement on the threat that the right and left posed. Support your judgement with detailed evidence. Which was the greater threat? Read the cards on the threats posed by the army and Judge. Decide how much of a threat they were to the Republic

8 Was the Weimar Republic saved because the Left was weak? Who posed the greatest threat to the Weimar Republic? What crises did the Weimar Republic face ?

9 PLENARY QUESTIONS MORRIS HOBSBAWM BRIGGS


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