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By establishing a military and by attacking the rest of Europe.

he broke it in 1938

he also invaded the Rhineland, which was to remain a demilitarized zone.

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What treaty did Adolf Hitler reject?

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Who rose to power by appealing to resentment over treaty of Versailles?

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Who rose to power by appealing to resentment over Treaty of Versailles in WW2?

Adolf Hitler

What war did Adolf Hitler cause?

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How did Adolf Hitler rise to power in the 1930s?

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Adolf Hitler was able to avoid the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles by secretly tripling the German army to what size?


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Which of the following did Adolf Hitler oppose?

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What is the definition of the Treaty of Versailles?

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Why did adolf hitler distrust the jews?

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