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The start of World War II
After World War I, Germany signed the treaty of Versailles and had to compensate for a lot of things. Including giving away their territories, accepting total blame for the war, paying a large sum of money, signing an armistice, and having a restricted army. For that, the Germans were very upset and unpleased.
When Hitler launched the Munich Putsch revolt against the current Weimar Republic, he was successful in leading the people to think that the government was not good enough. Hitler formed the Nazi Party and became chancellor of Germany. Under Hitler?s rule, Germany became stronger as…
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