Accounts for the fall of the Weimar Government using extensive historiography.

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The collapse of Weimar Germany, the democratic government that only remained in power for a decade, was a result of the popular sentiment against the Treaty of Versailles, the structure of the government itself, the failing economy of Germany, and the civil unrest that emerged as a result. The Treaty of Versailles was one of the most universally hated documents of all time and was a source of great upset for essentially all Germans, who …

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…isolation, could cause the fall of any government, it is a poor economic climate. With any economical misfortune radical parties gain the same support at the same, if not greater, rate that the more moderate parties lose it. The collapse of Weimar Germany was the primarily the result of a poor economic climate, which fuelled the radical parties attempts to utilize the structural weaknesses of the government to their benefit and engineer the government's failure.