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In what four ways did Hitler break the Versailles Treaty? built up Germany's military invaded Poland invaded Austria invaded Italy invaded France invaded Czechoslovakia
4 ways did Hitler violate the treaty of Versailles: 1. Germany was not build and own military fighting equipment, planes, ships, subs, or create weapons and ammunition. They did that. 2. [ Germany was never to invade another nation, carry out aggression against any people groups or nations. He did that in many nations.3. Stop paying for damages to France and Belgium. 4. They had to repay the
nations involved in World War 1. Hitler stopped sending them money. ]
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Weegy: 4 ways did Hitler violate the treaty of Versailles: 1. Germany was not build and own military fighting equipment, planes, ships, subs, or create weapons and ammunition. They did that. 2. [ Germany was never to invade another nation, carry out aggression against any people groups or nations. He did that in many nations.3. Stop paying for damages to France and Belgium. 4. They had to repay the nations involved in World War 1. Hitler stopped sending them money. ]
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