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How Did the Versailles Treaty Help Cause World War II?

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Hannah Lenardo

on 16 March 2015

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Transcript of How Did the Versailles Treaty Help Cause World War II?

How Did the Versailles Treaty Help Cause World War II?
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Article 160 kept hold on the German military so they could only keep a certain amount of infantry and cavalry to use during wars/battles.
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Germany was forced to pay reparations over a period of 30 long years which caused Germany to be humiliated and angered.
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Article 231 stated that Germany and her allies must pay for the pain they caused to many nations and families.
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Germany losses major territory which causes them to reduce coal production by 40%.
The Treaty allowed land to be taken away from Germany which caused a troubling separation of the new Germany and East Prussia. Germany wished to regain lost land and destroy the devilish Treaty.
Germany felt a terrible restriction which they had never been used to. France was holding control over all nations surrounding Germany's armies. Germany may have felt like the Treaty was too restricting and chose to revolt against it to abolish the Treaty.
Germany did not wish to be punished in such a humiliating manor. The Treaty had caused an embarrassment and anger in Germany. Hitler would soon get rid of the need to pay these reparations.
Germany did not have the feeling that they would need to pay for the things they had done by the time the first war was ended. Her and her allies did not have the need to apologize or do anything of the sort for the others. All they had in mind was to get rid of the Treaty.
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