Stresemann and the politics of the Weimar Republic by Henry Ashby Turner

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .

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  • Germany

Subjects:

  • Stresemann, Gustav, 1878-1929.,
  • Statesmen -- Germany -- Biography.,
  • Germany -- Politics and government -- 1918-1933.

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Statementby Henry Ashby Turner, Jr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDD231.S83 T87 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 287 p. ;
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4736735M
ISBN 100313209006
LC Control Number78026856

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Stresemann’s record entitles him to recognition not only as the Weimar Republic’s most successful Foreign Minister but also as one of the leading figures of its domestic politics. Without his contributions, in fact, the course of Germany’s first experiment in democratic government might have been quite different.

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Largely because Gustav Stresemann's fame rests on his accomplishments as Germany’s foreign minister during the Weimar Republic, little has been written about his equally important part in the domestic politics of Germany.

Beginning with the emergence of the Republic in the autumn of Pages: This is unfortunate, for Stresemann was not only the foremost Foreign Minister of the Weimar Republic but also the founder and leader of an important political party, Chancellor during a crucial period of the republican era, and the most influential member of the cabinet during the Republic's years of stabilization.

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During the Weimar years, Stresemann became the leader of the German People’s Party. As the leader of the DNVP, Stresemann struggled to maintain party support for the Republic despite the anti-democratic forces within the DNVP.

Between andStresemann served as Weimar Foreign Minister. He worked to create good relations between. Get this from a library. Stresemann and the politics of the Weimar Republic. [Henry Ashby jr Turner]. The Weimar Republic.

The Weimar Constitution ; Political instability in the Weimar Republic ; Hyperinflation and the invasion of the Ruhr ; Stresemann and the Dawes Plan ; The Golden Years ; The Young Plan ; Weimar Culture ; The Wall Street Crash and the Depression ; Strength and weaknesses of the Weimar Republic ; The early years of the Nazi Party.

Adolf Hitler. As the Weimar Republic was emerging in lateStresemann co-founded the right-wing German People’s Party (DVP).

Despite his association with right-wing nationalists, Stresemann became a pragmatist who was prepared to work with his political opposites, including the Social Democratic Party (SPD), for the benefit of the country.

Gustav Stresemann, who served briefly as chancellor and then as foreign minister for most of the s, was one of the Weimar Republic’s most effective statesman. Unlike many Weimar politicians, Stresemann demonstrated a thoughtful pragmatism, a passionate but rational nationalism and a capacity for getting things done.

Gustav Stresemann, (bornBerlin, Germany—died October 3,Berlin), chancellor () and foreign minister (, –29) of the Weimar Republic, largely responsible for restoring Germany’s international status after World War I. With French foreign minister Aristide Briand.

In the last years of the Weimar Republic the party moved away from its strong support for the Republic. The Peoples Party was generally closer to the parties on the right but its leader for most of the Weimar years, Gustav Stresemann, held the party in a supportive role for the Republic, often having to struggle against members of his own party.

This page contains a number of Weimar Republic quotations pertaining to political parties, the Reichstag and the difficulties of government in the Republic. These quotations have been researched, curated and compiled by Alpha History authors.

Gustav Stresemann was the exceptional political figure of his time. His early death in has long been viewed as the beginning of the end for the Weimar Republic and the opening through which Hitler was able to come to power. His career was marked by many contradictions but also a pervading loyalty to the values of liberalism and nationalism.

Stresemann’s influence. Stresemann became foreign minister after four years of tension, confrontation and hostility. The Weimar Republic’s foreign relations, particularly with France and other neighbouring states, had been poisoned by post-war animosity and disputes over reparations and the Ruhr occupation.

Though Stresemann had started his political. Books Edit. Turner, Henry Ashby Stresemann and the politics of the Weimar Republic, Princeton, N.

J.: Princeton University Press, Wright, Jonathan Gustav Stresemann: Weimar's Greatest Statesman (). Enssle, Manfred J. Stresemann. Gustav Stresemann (10 May –3 October ) was a German liberal politician who was Chancellor and Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar shared the Nobel Peace Prize in Stresemann's politics are hard to define.

Today, he is generally considered one of the most important leaders of Germany and a staunch supporter of democracy in the fragile Weimar Republic.

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The Roaring Twenties. Economic. Gustav Stresemann (10 May –3 October ) was a German liberal politician who was Chancellor and Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar Republic. He shared the Nobel Peace Prize in Stresemann's politics are hard to : 10 May   This study focuses on the first half of the s.

While German Ostpolitik was dynamic throughout the whole Weimar period, the most radical shift in its policies towards the Baltic States occurred precisely in the early years of the Weimar Republic. The study analyses political discourse as it appears in Gustav Stresemann’s speeches and policy documents.

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Gustav Stresemann, who became foreign minister of the Weimar Republic in and remained in that office until his death in Octoberis one of the most controversial of the German political leaders of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Stresemann and the Politics of the Weimar Republic simpleexplanation of Stresemann as a "pragmatic conservative," a thememore usefully presented earlierin the book.I am not convinced, either,that Stresemann 's leadership as chancellor alonesavedthe republicfrom the multiple threats thatbeset it in The reserves of the republic hadnotyet Author: Lewis Hertzman.

GUSTAV STRESEMANN: THE PROBLEM OF POLITICAL LEADERSHIP IN THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC1" I wanted to be the bridge between the old and the new Germany. Gustav Stresemann to Wilhelm Kahl, March 1 3, 19 29a As a persistent critic of the German Revolution of November 9,and of the Weimar Republic, the Conservative publicist Arthur Moeller.

Largely because Gustav Stresemann's fame rests on his accomplishments as Germany’s foreign minister during the Weimar Republic, little has been written about his equally important part in the domestic politics of Germany. Beginning with the emergence of the Republic in the autumn ofProfessor Turner charts Stresemann’s rise in only Author: Henry Ashby Turner.

Jonathan Wright's book belongs to the first school of thought. Wright, a Tutorial Fellow at Christ Church and a University Lecturer in Politics at the University of Oxford, has produced a thorough, well researched study of the man he sees as "Weimar's Greatest Statesman." Gustav Stresemann was born in to a lower middle class : Social Studies Singapore.

German People’s Party (Deutsche Volkspartei; DVP), right-liberal political party founded by Gustav Stresemann inmade up largely of the educated and propertied. Since Stresemann was essentially a monarchist, when he decided to cooperate with the Weimar Republic the DVP was at first excluded as being among the “national opposition.” When Stresemann became.

Gustav Stresemann, Foreign Minister of the Weimar Republic from toat the General Assembly of the League of Nations in Geneva. (Wikimedia Commons). The new republic was similar in structure to the Weimar Republic, except that the individual states had somewhat more power, and the president's powers were much reduced.

In the first elections (Aug., ), the Christian Democratic party (CDU), along with its close ally, the Bavarian-centered Christian Social Union (CSU), gained a small.The Weimar Republic's Recovery by From until the Weimar Republic had somehow managed to survive political, economic and foreign policy problems.

This was followed by a period of stability and apparent prosperity untilbut I am cautious about the extent to which the Weimar Republic recovered by STRESEMANN - LEADERSHIP IN THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC wantonly destroyed, contemplated retiring.1 Yet he did not give up the hope of keeping the National Liberal Party alive in the new state, and of preserving, if not its name, at least its idea: that is, the advance-ment of German interests, cultural, social, and economic through theCited by: 1.

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