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Q: Is the Ruhr a part of the Rhineland?
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Why did the rhineland become a focus of German national concerns after the war?

Germany was regaining control of emerging industrial centers, which were located in the Rhineland, the Saar, and the Ruhr valleys.

Are Essen and Dusseldorf part of the Ruhr District in Germany?

Essen is in the Ruhr but Duesseldorf is some distance to the south of the Ruhr.

What was the German rhineland?

The Rhineland was is a part of Germany. There is a German state Rhineland-Palatinate. The northern part of this state is the Rhineland and further north, up to the region around cologne is the Rhineland.

Is ruhr valley a part of Harappan civilization?

No, the Ruhr valley is in Germany, not Pakistan.

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What is the Ruhr?

The Ruhr is a river in germany.

What is the Rhineland most noted for?

Rhineland is a region in Germany. It gets its' name from the river Rhine that flows through the area. In 1936, Germany remilitarized Rhineland as part of the prelude to World War II.

Is The Ruhr located in the Paris Basin?

No, the Ruhr is in Germany.

Is siegen-wittgenstein a city in the ruhr region of Germany?

Siegen-Wittgenstein is not a city, it's a county. The city is Siegen. But it's not in the ruhr region, it's near, but not part of it. The region is called "Siegerland"

When did Ruhr Uprising happen?

Ruhr Uprising happened in 1920.

What happened to rhineland in the Treaty of Versailles?

The Rhineland is the region in Germany around the Rhine River, so it borders with France and Belgium. After Germany agreed to the armistice on November 11, 1918, Allied troops entered the Rhineland to enforce the armistice. The Treaty of Versailles forbade Germany from keeping armies in the Rhineland- they would be a threat to France and Belgium. The treaty also legitimated the occupation that was occurring at the time, and allowed it to last until 1935 (it didn't last that long however). Another important part of the treaty was that Germany had to pay back France and Belgium for damages those countries suffered during the war- these repayments included Germany having to give them coal and timber. In the early 1920's, Germany was unable to make their payments (despite having the payments significantly lowered), so France temporarily re-invaded a part of the Rhineland called the Ruhr. Germany had a lot of coal and factories in the region, and France wanted to force Germany to pay by simply taking the stuff directly from them.