How The Treaty of Versailles Caused WWII

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^Treaty of Versailles. Part 8.*

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*According to the University of Nebraska Kearney, "MLA does not specifically adress treaties." So I do not know exactly how that should be cited besides Treaty of Versailles.

^Denotes a primary source.