How Did Hitler Build The Treaty Of Versailles

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The treaty of Versailles, created by the allied nations, aimed itself at weakening Germany as much as possible. The treaty forced a German loss of territory, massive economical problems, which again were only worsened by the great depression in the 1930s and forced a large number of German people to flee their country. It also severely weakened the German government, so that when the time came, it became a lot easier for Hitler on his way to power in Germany with fascism and nazism. And in most people’s opinion, Hitler is the main character and factor of the Second World War. But without the treaty of Versailles, Hitler was most likely to fail on his path to power in Germany, and would never have succeeded to start a war in the first place. This makes the treaty of Versailles the main cause of World War II.

The First World War had been a devastating war in Europe, causing millions of deaths and casualties throughout the continent. As a result of this, the allies who eventually became victorious were now seeking revenge for the massive losses they had faced. The problem was, that while the allied delegates responsible for writing the peace treaty should have been concerned with the future of Europe, they
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The German economy was damaged, people lost their jobs, and the people were turned against their government. Life in Germany became miserable after the signing of what was called a peace treaty. Because of all this, the Germans desired a strong leader, someone who would once again help Germany rise to power. They wanted revenge, and after a short time, they were sure to get that. But without the peace treaty this anger and vengeance would not have existed in the first place. This makes the treaty of Versailles the main cause of World War

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