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how the treaty of versailles influenced nationalism in Germany


its in regards to Wilson points and basically how the versailles treaty failure was a catalyst for nationalism in Germany

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Nolan C.

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I am Nolan and I am a writer at writepass.com. On 28 June 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed with Germany. The Germans had not been allowed to send any delegates and had to accept whatever was decided. The Treaty had a few points:
The clauses 231 which laid all the blame on Germany for starting the war and reducing her military power.
The country had to pay "reparations" totalling £6,600 million.
Germany lost land with the Saar coalfield placed under France for 15 years. was also Alsace-Lorraine given back to France. In Europe, the country would only unite with Austria and its colonies shared among Britain and France.
Germany was barred from joining the League of Nations.
This Treaty of Versailles reduced the country in all spheres of life including its economy as its industrial strength was weakened. This made every German develop a sense of self-worth. As such, there was the need to recover from the mess and exact revenge, especially against France. If you need me to do the work for you kindly place an order with us through the admin and select me(Nolan) as your writer. Thank you.
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