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Were the failures of the Weimar Republic largely internal, external, or both?

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The failures of the Weimar Republic were due both to internal and to external factors. 

The external causes are well-known.  They stem from WWI and the Treaty of Versailles.  The treaty forced Germany to pay reparations that seriously harmed the...

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