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      • Thesis (M. A. (Modern and Contemporary History)) - University of Ulster, 1986.

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        Paginationxvi, 122 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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De Ruaz sculp" are printed under the lower border of the bill. The German economy was now dependent on loans from the USA. The elderly suffered greatly as their income was fixed. However, it lacked internal unity and money and so never managed to unite the right. As a result of this, money dropped in value, as more of it was in circulation.

Economic problems 1919

: Protests by gymnasts from the Ruhr at the 1923 Munich Gymnastics Festival. The rise of aggressive expansionism policies by fascist Italy and the Empire of Japan led to conflicts such as the Italian conquest of Ethiopia and the Japanese invasion of Manchuria. Harding and held in Washington from November 12, 1921, to February 6, 1922.

To pay toward this sum, Germany could pay in kind or in cash. There were food shortages as businesses did not have enough money to purchase produce from farmers. Historians have tried to determine why Britain chose the policy of neutrality.