Because I keep forgetting to remove that bit like a dumbassWhy are the socialists worried about Universal suffrag
Hertling labelled his own party traitors?Calling into question the loyalty of the interfactional committee and harking tones associated with the Fatherland Party, von Hertling labelled the SPD and peace group as anti-German traitors who wished to throw away all of Germany’s war gains.
From what i understand the Zentrum party had both left and right wings and was a broadly Catholic party in Germany, so its possible Hertling is from the right of his party and views the more peace-supporting left and "centre" unfavourably.Hertling labelled his own party traitors?
I'll be going into more detail on the domestic side of things post peace treaties mainly, but I'll touch on post-truce reforms in a not so far away future update.Out of curiosity, will of the presumed reforms or changes to the German Empire in the aftermath of WW1 be detailed in future updates (things such as changes to the voting franchise in terms of age, gender, method of voting; changes in terms of government policy, such as if an SPD government were to implement or increase government healthcare assistance/benefits to veterans/their dependants or implement/expand unemployment insurance etc)?
Hard to say. On one hand, it would allow them to purge any leftist sympathesizers and their track record in the war was not exactly rife with success.Considering the financial and domestic situation, do you think the german government would support a naval treaty to downsize the fleet and maybe level the playfield a little?