Effects Of Treaty Of Versailles

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Hao Jiang How did the Treaty of Versailles caused World War II World War I caused millions of deaths and the destruction of many cities throughout Europe before the war was concluded by the the Treaty of Versailles. The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty at the end of World War I, and demanded that Germany be responsible for its actions in World War I. Twenty years later after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, World War II broke out in Europe. But how did the Treaty of Versailles help cause World War II? After the Treaty of Versailles, Germany was humiliated with the loss of territory, war guilt, military restrictions, and economic reparations, allowing Hitler to weaponize German nationalism which contributed to World War II. After World War I Germany was humiliated with the loss of territory, and were willing to use any means necessary to regain these lands. The treaty granted France with a demilitarized zone between the borders, and the treaty took away coal-producing areas from Germany. Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf discusses how to regain this territory, “It should...
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