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Why do modern historians now feel that Stresemann was not a genius despite his contribution to Germany in the late 1900's?
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moving to history
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Stresemann was dead by the late 1900s?. He died in 1929 and did most of his work in the mid to late 1920s
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moving to history
I'm not sure what you mean by this.
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I'm not sure what you mean by this.
i've moved this thread to history because you were unlikely to get a subject specific response in the gcse forum.
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Because his economic contributions didn’t last. He took out loans that would always need repaying and with the fragile state of economies in that day it was a risky decision.
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Stresemann was dead by the late 1900s?. He died in 1929 and did most of his work in the mid to late 1920s
Yes he did. Thank you.
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i've moved this thread to history because you were unlikely to get a subject specific response in the gcse forum.
Thank you.
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