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Question

What provisions of the Treaty of Versailles did Hitler violate in 1935? Check all that apply.
taking responsibility for the war
giving up captured territories
surrendering most military resources
borrowing money from other countries
taking financial responsibility for damages

2 Answer

  • giving up captured territories
    surrendering most military resources
  • The correct answers are B) giving up captured territories and C) surrendering most military resources.

    The provisions of the Treaty of Versailles that Hitler violated in 1935 were giving up captured territories and surrendering most military resources.

    Most of the western European countries knew that something big was coming with the presence of Adolph Hitler as the leader of Germany. Basically, European leaders knew that the continent was on the brink of another war with the ambition of Hitler. This being the case, on March 7, 1936, Germany occupied the Rhineland, violating one of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. In 1935, Hitler decided to unilaterally cancel all the previous agreements. In 1938 the Nazi troops absorbed parts of Czechoslovakia and Austria. World War II started when Hitler's troops invaded Poland in 1939.

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