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Which of the following was Hitler’s first violation of the Treaty of Versailles? A. the German invasion of Poland B. the German invasion of Czechoslovakia C. the German invasion of the Rhineland D. the German invasion of Manchuria
The German invasion of the Rhineland was Hitler's first violation of the Treaty of Versailles.
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