Correct. You nearly answered the question yourself, but there was much more than that. The trouble continued back then because WW1 reparations were placed on Germany after they were winning the war, but cucked to the treaty of Versailles anyway. The signees were U.S. President Woodrow Wilson (advised by Stephen Wise and Bernard Baruch), French PM George Clemenceau (advised by Georges Mandel), King David Lloyd George (advised by Phil Sassoon Rothschild), Reichsminister Hermann Muller and empire minister Dr. Johannes Bell. To pay off what the League of Nations insisted Germany owed for WW1 (£6.6 billion or $8,756,220,000), the jewish Reichbank president Rudolf Havenstein mass-printed the papiermark and brought about hyperinflation. 1 trillion papiermarks were equal to one Rentenmark in 1924. President Hindenberg's economic recovery didn't last long. The Von Papen then von Schleicher governments failed. Then Hindenberg appointed Adolf Hitler, who had been campaigning for 13 years. That is when National Socialism turned the German economy around.
Firstly you should be aware that the hyperinflation was so bad, Berlin became the sin capital of the world. Any fetish sex tourists craved was catered to, as tourist money had value while a wheelbarrow full of German money could not buy bread. Bestiality, homosexual and familial prostitution including children where the norm. Then the NSDAP came to power and began burning pornographic materials plus Communist/Marxist books from the former Wiemar Republic of degeneracy. Seven million were unemployed in Germany in 1933. In his first year, Hitler brought back around 3,374,000 to employment through industry and transport work, including work on the Autobahn. Health and fitness was prioritized. Health care and financial support was flat out given to expecting mothers. German families with were given interest-free loans with a quarter struck off for each child they had. With four children, the loan was cleared. Crime was nearly eliminated. People felt safe again, to walk their own streets. German workers were able to take holidays abroad, funded by the National Socialist government. Special housing units were built for workers. They had weekends off, to spend with their families. These jobs came from industry and nationwide transport work. The National Socialist People's Welfare was founded, and all private welfare institutions were closed down. Seventeen million Germans received assistance under this national welfare by 1939. Around 8,000 nurseries, holiday homes for mothers, distributed food for large families, old age insurance and old-age homes, rent supplements, unemployment and disability benefits. The Office of Institutional and Special Welfare provided travelers' aid, relief for ex-convicts, support for re-migrants from abroad, assistance to the physically disabled, relief for the elderly- homeless and alcoholics. In fact, even work camps were set up to be utopian resorts, which is something you're obviously never taught in school: h
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