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International relations Would the former Allied powers go easy on the defeated Germany or milk their past foe for all it was worth? It seemed as if the entire world was on Germany’s back. After the government couldn’t scrape together another reparation payment, France and Belgium took it upon themselves to invade the Ruhr in 1923, the core of Germany’s industrial might. Steel factories, coal mines and railroads were taken over by 60,000 aggressors and any workers who resisted were imprisoned. The resources owed as part of the reparations would now be forcibly extracted.

Ebert was officially handed power by Reichskanzler Prince Max von Baden and, with Germany now split into federal states called Länders, each was given control over its own affairs but ultimately answering to a centralised government housed in the Reichstag in Berlin. The Weimar Republic utilised a system of proportional representation, and all people over the age of 20 were eligible to vote. This meant a number of small parties held a stake in government affairs and no party had an overall majority.

International relations Relations with France smoothed as Germany becomes a trusted international player The USA was eager for Germany to continue paying its reparations as this helped Paris and London finance what they owed to the US. It was also hoped it would encourage Germany to embrace capitalism and not lurch to the ideas of communism. To aid the smooth running of this process, the USA organised an international committee to keep tabs on Weimar’s financial situation. Charles Dawes was at the head of this group and enacted the Dawes Plan in April 1924, which was a loan agreement to Germany totalling 800 million Marks.

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