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How did the Treaty of Versailles change Europe and effect Germany in particular?

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How did the Treaty of Versailles change Europe and effect Germany in particular?
This treaty affected Germany specifically transformed Europe and. First, Germany has been at fault for World War I, Germany was forced to sign the treaty, Germans had to pay a large amount of money to the Allies for all the damages they committed (33 billion dollars), and Allies took over10 percent of Germanys territory. Europe was tremendously affected by the Treaty of Versailles because it caused more problems, the up rise of Hitler.

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    Europe was affected by the Treaty of Versailles by causing the rise up Hitler

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