Treaty of Versailles-Cause of World War Two

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June 11, 2011

 

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The final amount was not readily agreed upon, for the sums desired varied from each of the Big Four. As Margaret Macmillan states in her book Paris 1919, "The British were asking for ?24 billion ($120 billion), the French were asking for ?44 billion ($220 billion); while the American experts recommended ?4...
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They believed "that a smaller Germany, and poorer Germany, would be less of a threat to its neighbors" (Macmillan 162). This was one of four main clauses that greatly angered Germany, and set the stage for a man like Adolf Hitler to come to power. Alone with the ?Reparations' clause, the ?War Guilt' clause was another article of the Treaty of Versailles whose consequences rang in the ears of German citizens...
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