By Rudolf Hofling
Das gr#246;#223;te in Serie gebaute Flugboot der Luftwaffe - Technik und Einsatzgeschichte.
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The government could only succeed in its policies if it was persuasive and powerful, and if the matters were urgent. Parlement’s control was exercised through procedural maneuvering, the moving of amendments, repeated debates upon general government policies—with the risks of a vote of no confidence—and the daily questioning of ministers. The Chambre des Députés and the Sénat (the French Senate) elected their own presidents who were not members of the Cabinet, and thus they set their own orders of business, which made for reduced governmental effectiveness.
This led to action being preceded by a complicated series of written laws or orders that aimed to foresee T 39 40 Part II. The Interwar Years, 1918–1934 all possible cases, a network of principles to which all future action must conform under the droit and the règlements (rules) dictated by foresight and inspired by distance. The structure in France was political, whereas in Britain it was social. Social and political organization in France was thus externally imposed and tended to become rigid.
It was the initial failure to realize and implement such an economy that led to the Russian Revolution of 1917, to Walter Rathenau in Germany, to mutinies in France, and to the War Cabinet clique in Britain. New ministries came into being to deal with munitions and weapons. Aviation made quantum leaps in airframes, engines, and strategy and tactics. 5 But imperfect knowledge between politicians and generals, as Carl von Clausewitz noted, led to trouble when powers were not well defined. 6 22 Part I.