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Hitler had a real bee in his bonnet when it came to the colonies that Imperial Germany had lost as a result of article 119 of the Versailles Treaty:

"Germany renounces in favor of the principal Allied and Associated Powers all her rights and titles over her overseas possessions."

Pictured on the right, and attached herein, you will find a great cartoon depicting a very upset Hitler as he contemplated the map of Africa and all the colonies he was having to do without - all rendered in that glorious 1930s manner.

Click here to read more about the African colonies lost to Germany as a result of the Versailles Treaty.

     



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