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How did the outcome of World War I affect Germany?

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2005-10-17 18:29:58
2005-10-17 18:29:58

At the end of WWI Germany had to sign the Treaty of Versaille which required them to give up lands conquered, minimize their army - and not rebuild it. Their trade was limited. Because the Depression hit shortly afterwards - what few who had food or money, jobs - lost them as well. The Depression made for a bad time for everyone.

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