How Did Hitler Violate the Treaty of Versailles?


The Treaty of Versailles was signed at the end of World War I on June 28, 1919. The treaty ended the state of war between the Allied Powers and Germany and carried numerous restrictions on Germany. Hitler violated the Treaty of Versailles in numerous ways and at numerous times. In defiance of the treaty, he put the leaders of the Communist Party into concentration camps in 1933 and in 1934 leaves the League of Nations. In 1935 he increased the Germany army to 500,000 and in 1936 signs a pact with Japan and Italy. Hitler violated the treaty in many other ways.
Q&A Related to "How Did Hitler Violate the Treaty of Versailles..."
In 1933, and again in 1936, Hitler sent troops in the Rhineland,
Germany wasn't allowed to build up its army or attack other countries. Hitler did both of these things.
The punitive measures taken against Germany, who was viewed as the aggressor and starter of WWI, led to massive inflation and a long depression in Germany. The money was worthless
In 1935, Hitler violated the Treaty of Versailles
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