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Germany wanted to provoke war, as well as gain access to the Baltic Sea, when it invaded a. Danzig. c. Czechoslovakia . b. Rhineland. d. Sudetenland.
Germany wanted to provoke war, as well as gain access to the Baltic Sea, when it invaded Danzig.
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