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The harsh conditions imposed by the treaty of Versailles after world war 1 most directly laid the foundation for the

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The harsh conditions imposed by the treaty of Versailles after world war 1 most directly laid the foundation for the

The harsh conditions imposed by the treaty of Versailles after world war 1 most directly laid the foundation for the

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The second world war.
the Treaty of Versailles placed all blame for the war on Germany, and sent it into an economic depression because they couldn't pay all their war debts.

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