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An historic article that announced the Nazi march into the Rhineland as well as the island of Hegoland. The journalist also listed various other Versailles Treaty violations:

*"The treaty said that Germany should have no troops in the Rhineland. On March 7 of this year, they marched in.

The treaty said that Germany should never have a conscript army. On March 16 of this year, conscription was announced by Chancellor Hitler.

It said that Germany should have no military aviation. She has it.

It said that the Great German General Staff should be abolished. It was never disbanded.

Violations of the Versailles Treaty began, in fact, a week before it was signed."

Click here to read an additional article concerning the Versailles Treaty violations.

The economist who made the German rearmament possible was named Hjalmar Schacht, click here to read about him...


Versailles Treaty Violations (Literary Digest, 1936)

Versailles Treaty Violations (Literary Digest, 1936)

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