Why Weimar Germany Adopted a Policy of Fulfillment in Foreign Affairs

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Why Weimar Germany Adopted a Policy of Fulfillment in Foreign Affairs At first, successive German governments wanted * To remedy the dangerous diplomatic isolation that resulted from defeat, and * To restore the degree of national independence of Germany lost to the allies This was done using a simple tactic called sullen obstruction in which: * The war guilt clause in the treaty was never really enforced effectively * The disbanding of paramilitary organizations was slow and unreliable * The clauses relating to disarmament were implemented only under constant allied supervision These policies, however, didn’t really work for a long…show more content…
The Weimar Republic still had its weaknesses, in spite of the successful policies mentioned above. ü The govt. had no proper control of education ü The republic had not developed a system

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