After effects of WWI

French officials blamed German tardiness of reparation payments as the cause of the invasion. The Invasion proved to be a diplomatic catastrophe for the French and provided a training ground for Germans that were too young to have fought in the war. Herman Fuhrbach, like many other young Germans, gained military training from one of the multiple resistance groups operating in the Ruhr area during French occupation. Fuhrbach officially became a storm trooper of the Nazi party in 1926, and his story resembles those of other young men who resisted the French. (Remak 45,46)

The men who had fought in the trenches during the First World War were left with feelings of betrayal towards those who did not fight in the war. The army felt they had been undefeated on the battlefield but they had been betrayed by Germany's democratic leaders, known as the "November Criminals.aE (Spielvogel 28) This blaming of those on the home front, called the stab in the back theory, gave Nazis an opportunity to promote Nationalism as a remedy for any future betrayal by a large number of unpatriotic Germans disgracing those truly patriotic Germans. This popular political belief perme



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