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What agreement officially ended World War I and forced Germany to accept blame for the war? A. The League of Nations B. The Treaty of Paris C. The Platt Agreement D. The Treaty of Versailles
The Versailles Treaty officially ended World War I and forced Germany to accept blame for the war.
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The Versailles Treaty officially ended World War I and forced Germany to accept blame for the war.
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