The occupation of the ruhr (german: ruhrbesetzung) was a period of military occupation of the german ruhr valley by france and belgium between 1923 and 1925 in response to the weimar republic's failure to continue its reparation payments in.
The ruhr crisis the years following the resolution to the crisis came later in 1923 when the german government ordered its workers back to work.
The ruhr crisis was one important event of the interwar period it was caused because of the frustration of the french government because germany didn´t pay the reparations agreed in the versailles treaty, and the lack of support for france from its allies, britain and the united states. The 1923 crisis began when germany missed a reparations payment this situation spiralled out of control and once again the german people were unhappy and in financial difficulty, so uprisings occurred throughout the country in 1923 the weimar republic nearly collapsed put the events in the. Ib history notes on 16 the ruhr crisis (1923), locarno and the locarno spring. The ruhr (german pronunciation: [ˈʁuːɐ̯], german: ruhrgebiet), or the ruhr district, ruhr region, ruhr area or ruhr valley, is a polycentric urban area in.
This study of the 1923 ruhr crisis makes plain the devastating human and political cost of france's abortive attempt to extract reparations from germany by force.