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Germany faced many problems after WWI, the defeat of the war and the economic problems following the war. When Hilter came into power he wanted to have an aryans power that would eventually rule the world, for this he blamed the Jews and others. With all the problems in Germany many Germans were ready to support him.
After the defeat of Germany the Treaty of Versailles was set in place restricting Germany's military in an attempt to prevent a further war. Additionally much of Germany's land was lost to foreign countries. Further more Germany was made to pay for all the damages caused as a result of the war causing anger, frustration, poverty and crime a mist Germany due to the poverty. This anger caused riots and a shift towards right wing thinking as well as the Nazis. Hitler aimed to rebuild and expand Germany and as a result world war two... In other countries after the war many were left homeless with their homes and land destroyed with bills of their own to pay as well. One must never forget the countless families devastated and alone as a result of the war through ones sacrifices in war. The land was scared and new world was made out of those destroyed. Effectively with world war two being a result of all this the very world today was shaped by all this.

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Q: What was the aftermath of World War 1 in Germany including resentment?
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