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Which of these would be a likely German response to the Treaty of Versailles? A.
Germany would be angry about the treaty's details. B.
Germany would be hopeful about the League of Nations. C.
Germany would be excited to enter a time of peace. D.
Germany would be accepting about losing territory.
I think Germany would be angry

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    The German delegates were presented with a fait accompli. They were shocked at the severity of the terms and protested the contradictions between the assurances made when the armistice was negotiated and the actual treaty. Accepting the “war guilt” clause and the reparation terms were especially odious to them.

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