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How did the Treaty of Versailles aid Hitler's rise to power? With Germany's economy devastated, Germany welcomed a leader who promised to undo the treaty. The treaty called for Germany to elect
new officials and to reorganize the nation after World War I. The treaty contained loopholes that allowed Germany to rebuild its military and to build up weapons. Germany's economy boomed after WWI, creating the funds to rebuild its military and weapons.
The answer is With Germany's economy devastated, Germany welcomed a leader who promised to undo the treaty.
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