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Nazi Germany Coursework
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Nazi Germany Coursework: objective 1.
I Believe there are many reasons, why Hitler became chancellor in 1933. They were all very important, but I have decided to look at the Treaty of Versailles. From the German point of view the treaty was incredibly harsh and devastating for Germany. The leaders of the allies drew up this treaty to purposely revenge and weaken Germany. The treaty laid down some very serious rules that the Germans had to agree to, some of these were: the German army was to be limited in size, with no tanks, warplanes or submarines.Territories won by the Germans were to be taken away, this led to a loss of mineral resources. All German colonies were to be controlled by the league of nations. Also Germany had to accept total responsibility for the outbreak of war which led to the worst term of the treaty which was that Germany had to pay war reparations for the damage they caused on Britain and France. The total compensation of the damage caused by Germany in the war came to a staggering £6.6 billion. Germany felt this was far too much. It caused tremendous economic problems in Germany. The German
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