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The biggest issue I was always taught was money. The decision-makers at the end of WW1 made it darn near impossible for the countries to afford reparations, so they nearly bankrupted them. Hitler made a lot of sense (who knows why) to a lot of people and was able to convince enough that he knew how to make Germany thrive and be prosperous and strong. Too bad no one realized this was at the cost of so many lives.

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