Why Did The Guilt Clause Cause The Austro-German War

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the war because it was the Austro-Hungarian empire that started the war. Furthermore, many Germans felt that they were being humiliated because they lost the war. The guilt clause caused many tempers to flare, and this in turn caused many Germans to feel upset by how the victorious countries treated them. Leaders like Hitler used the guilt clause’s contents to stir up anger in the Germans against the allies, leading to the German public to resent the allies, and
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