The increasing strain on the German economy as a result of the Ruhrkampf impels Cuno’s government to conducts negotiations with France. However, the French government led by Poincaré insists on the unconditional cessation of “passive resistance”. The Cuno government is thus forced to resign. The following day, a “Grand Coalition” led by DVP politician Gustav Stresemann is already formed (SPD, DDP, Center Party, and DVP).
[Kolb, p. 53]
In Weimar the first Bauhaus exhibition opens, the “Bauhaus-Woche”. Tutors such as Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, and Lyonel Feininger display their works. To mark the opening of the exhibition, Walter Gropius gives a talk on the topic “Art and Technology - a new Unity”.
[Overesch/Saal, p. 201]