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How the treaty of versailles caused ww2

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  • 1. -1047751047750Guilt Repairs Army Land loss Colony loss <br /> (Germans when Really Aggravated Love to Contrive)<br />Blame - <br />Germany should accept sole responsibility for starting World WW1 = Humiliation, no one’s opinions are wrong to themselves. By doing this they had to accept that the others were right and that their punishments would be correct.<br /> This angered Germany and was the worst hit to their pride. It was the one term that started thoughts of revenge.<br />$$$ - <br />Germany had to pay £6,600 million for the damage caused by the war. = Debt, having to build up from the ground. With colonies and land gone, income had to come from inside what was left of the country.<br />Germany would have to work so hard to pay this off and it was all because of those they had tried to defeat. This was proof of accepting the blame along with the weight of repairing the world they had helped to tear apart.<br />Next to no military - <br />Germany was only allowed to have a small army and six naval ships. No tanks, no air force and no submarines allowed. = Loss of power, no intimidation whatsoever, little defense.<br />This sits beside Repairs because military was such an important asset that without it they were publicly shown as no threat to others.<br />Land loss- <br />Land was taken away from Germany and given to other countries. = Another loss of power, huge set back, surrounded them with people who would keep an eye on them.<br />Land is such a huge sign of wealth and power that for someone to just take away all you have earned with you just sitting by would be incredibly frustrating. Humans believe in justice, and everyone has their own definition of what justice is. This was theft to a lot of Germans.<br />Colony loss - <br />Germany’s oversea colonies were given to Britian and France. = Handing over control, income and integrity to the enemy, <br />When you lose anchors and relations across seas you are viewed as a smaller and more manageable country. This again showed the world that the Germans were no threat. Anger grew in Germany.<br />