The Treaty of Versailles ended World War One. Although the treaty referred to all the Central Powers, Germany was most heavily affected, being required to cede territory (including areas rich in natural resources), and to pay reparations for damages inflicted upon the Allies. The harsh terms of the treaty led to Germany's subsequent economic struggles, which contributed to the rise of Adolf Hitler.
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