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Why Was There a Lack of Political Stability in Germany Following the End of World War I?

Summary: Reasons for the lack of political stability in Germany following the end of World War I.
There was a lack of political stability in Germany following the end of World War 1 because of some political, economic and social reasons. Political instability who mean that during the Weimar Republic rule, there were several attempts, rebellion and putschs to overthrow and destabilise the government. There were 9 coalition governments in 4 years.

There were many political reason for a lack of political stability in Germany. The Weimar Republic itself was a reason for political instability. The government being a democratic government allowed the people to choose their own leaders and it also allowed the existence of many parties. The method of voting that the Germans practised was known as "proportional representation." This meant that the number of seats a party get in the parliament was equal to the percentage of votes it got in the election. Even though this system ensured there was a wide range of views...

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