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L.I. To know key events in World War Two World War Two began in 1939, but its causes date back to World War One, which ended in 1918. Germany lost this war,  and had to pay a large fine for starting the war and for the damage caused to other countries. It also had to give up some of  its land, and was only allowed to have a small army. Germany was made to sign a treaty promising that they would behave  in certain ways in the future. This was called the Treaty of Versailles and was signed in 1919, after the end of World War  One. In 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany (this is like being the Prime Minister or President). Hitler was  the leader of the Nazi party, The Nazis believed Germany should take back the land they lost in the First World War. Hitler  told people he would do this, and make sure all German people would have jobs and a better life. He became very powerful. 
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