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What effect did World War I have on Germany?

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2009-11-17 04:20:41
2009-11-17 04:20:41

World War 1 had the biggest devastating effect on Germany.The Allies blamed Germany for the war as a result Germany were ordered to sign the Treatyof Versailles drawn by the Allies. The treaty imposed huge reparation on Germany which included destruction caused by the war, and pensions for millions of Allied soldiers. Germans were forced to sign the treaty which help srark an even deadlier world war. x

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