and economic problems
Due to political representation, extremist parties, such as the Nazis, were able to get seats in the Reichstag.
The Locarno Treaty may have addressed many of Germany’s borders, however, its borders with countries in Eastern Europe had not been settled.
Farmers' wages fell dramatically as the agricultural industry did not improve.
The Dawes Plan American Loans left the German Economy hanging by a very thin thread as they could be recalled at any time.
Germany was losing money each year as it was spending more money on importing products than it was earning through exports.
There was quite a lot of poverty as the unemployment rate rose to 1.9 million. This not only meant individuals did not earn money, but it meant Germany was earning less.
The Government expenditure was higher than the amount received in taxes.