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etcetera) forming their own countries.
Germany lost a lot of land to various countries, thus resulting in German
citizens living in a different country. There were many Germans in Poland and
Czechoslovakia, and this would later cause Hitler to claim that the Germans failed
to receive true self-determination.
Side Point – A young Vietnamese man named Ho-Chi Min attended the
conference and attempted to secure self-determination for Asian states, but to no
avail. Little did they know…
Because Germany got snubbed on self-determination, Hitler would use
this claim later on to justify his annexing of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia in
1938, and his attack on Poland in 1939.
Future Responses –
Hitler would later claim that Germany received the cheap of the Versailles
Treaty, felt that Germany had been taken advantage of. He would use this
claim while conquering Poland and the Sudetenland, his reoccupying the
Saar region, his remilitarizing of the Rhineland, and his rebuild...
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- Fall '14