Kapp Putsch: A coup attempt to overthrow the Weimar Republic and put a right-wing autocracy in place.
Ruhr Uprising: A left-wing workers' revolt that took place in the Ruhr region. Initially a strike issued by Social Democrats within the German government and other parties in reponse to the right-wing Kapp Putsch, it eventually became the workers trying to gain political power, though they were crushed by the summoned Reichswehr and Freikorps.
Gustav Stresemann becomes chancellor
After being appointed chancellor, his main goal was to fulfill the outrageous terms of the Treaty of Versailles, feeling that the only way to restore the German honor lost by the treaty was to fulfill it. He also wanted to regain the Rhineland. The main reason why many people didn't like him was that he supported the republic and wanted the workers to help fulfill the treaty.
Munich Beer Hall Putsch
Failed attempt by Adolf Hitler to take power. As a result, 16 Nazis and 4 policemen were killed, and Hitler was arrested and charged for treason. Though we was sentenced to five years in Landsberg fortress after a 24-day trial, he was released after nine months. Development and furthering of Nazi propaganda was another result of the Putsch.
After the stock market crashed in the US, Germany, who was dependent on the US for loans, saw its production levels fall and workers being laid off, and the inflation wasn't helping either.