The Treaty of Versailles Effect

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The Treaty of Versailles Effect
The Era of the World Wars was a terrible time in both American and European History. It started with World War I between the Allies Powers and the Central Powers. The major powers that made up the Allies were the Unites States, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and France. The major powers that made up the Central Powers were Germany and Austria-Hungary. The end of the First World War resulted in the Allies winning, after the four long years of battle. When the war ended, the Allies formed a group called the League of Nations. They were the ones who formally call off the war between the groups. In this organization, it had been decided that there was to be special punishments to Germany, who was named as the main cause for it all. So there was a treaty established in Versailles, France. In this treaty, the League of Nations decided to establish peace and justice between the countries in Europe. The Nazis rose to power due to the fact that the demands of the Treaty of Versailles were harsh, and therefore not through the Nazis’ own merit and their propaganda.
Adolf Hitler believed that propaganda was one of the most important things to have when establishing a governmental party. He believed that with this, any newly formed party could rise up to power. Hitler believed that if the propaganda was well presented they would be able to convince large groups of people about whatever they were trying to push across. He said, “Propaganda will consequently have to see that an idea wins supporters while the organization must take the greatest care only to make the most valuable elements among the supporters into members” (Hitler 581-582). Hitler’s government party, the National Socialist German Workers Pa...

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...n people, which caused the National Socialist German Workers Party led by Hitler to immediately take control over Germany and lead the world into a second world war.

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