The Semblance of Stability: 1924–1929
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In the three years which followed the Locarno Agreements Germany enjoyed internal peace and a stable relationship with foreign powers. Republican politicians were no longer under a constant threat of assassination. The number of right-wing para-military formations dwindled. The army began to show itself more amenable to civilian control. Even the German Nationalist Party, seeing no future in sterile opposition, tacitly compromised its monarchist principles in the quest for political power.
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