What are the problems faced by Weimar Republic?
The Weimar were weak. They lacked support because, despite only coming into existance the day before World War I ended, they were blamed for it and all the suffering caused by the Treaty of Versailles that the Weimar were the ones to sign. Unlike Britain and France, who had just increased taxes and sold war bonds, Germany had printed more money, making the Germany mark worth less. The Weimar did that again to pay off the war reparations the treaty demanded. In 1923, 3 trillion marks had the same value as one American dollar. The American Dawes Plan bailed Germany out of that crisis, but when the stock market crashed in the US, Germany's economy collapsed into the Great Depression as well.