How Did The Restoration Of The Treaty Of Versailles Led To World War I?

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The relationship between the countries by the end of World War I was uncompromising. The country most furious was Germany. Fighting a whole war almost by themselves left them weary. Adding to that misery the Treaty of Versailles was created. This treaty led to World War II because Germany was limited and was taken advantage of. The Treaty of Versailles took away Germany’s land. As you can see from the map named German Territorial Losses. Germany lost the Polish Corridor, Danzig, Lorraine, and Alsace. Germany’s response was expressed in a book called Mein Kampf written by Adolf Hitler. The book states, “The restoration of the frontiers of 1914 could be achieved only by blood.” Blood was necessary to reclaim Germany’s land back. The army of
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