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What was the Weimar Republic and why did it fail?
Arguably the most significant reason why the Weimar Republic failed was the onset of the Great Depression. The economic collapse of 1929 had dire effects on Germany. This resulted in many German voters abandoning their support for mainstream and moderate parties, choosing instead to vote for radical groups.
What did the Third Reich based its power primarily on?
Explanation: The Nazi which reigned Germany from 1933 to 1945, the Nazi Germany is called Third Reich.
What evidence does the author use to support her argument?
There are three major ways that authors present an argument: Reasoning, in which the author presents a logical explanation of the argument. Evidence, in which the author presents statistics, facts, and studies to prove his point. Appeal, in which the author appeals to the reader’s emotions to elicit empathy.
Why did the German democracy fail?
Democracy ultimately failed in Germany because of the public’s lack of interest. The Treaty of Versailles was also a huge blow to the economy so the country could not afford to be a democracy. Hitler wanted full power and the German population gave it to him willingly.
What is a Reich in Germany?
noun. (with reference to Germany) empire; realm; nation. the German state, especially during the Nazi period.
What are the reasons presented to support the main claim?
Reasons are statements of support for claims, making those claims something more than mere assertions. Reasons are statements in an argument that pass two tests: Reasons are answers to the hypothetical challenge to your claim: “Why do you say that?”
What are three main points that the author uses to support his argument put them in your own words?
There are three major ways that authors present an argument: Reasoning – the author presents a logical explanation of the argument. Evidence – the author presents statistics, facts, and studies to prove his point. Appeal – the author appeals to the reader’s emotions to elicit empathy.