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What infuriated A Young Adolph Hitler at the end of WW1?

TimeApril 05, 2012

from:Stevens, John

to:Social Studies 7-8

This two-page, single- spaced paper with a maximum of two small jpegs, should investigate why Adolph Hitler was so mad at the end of WW1. The clues are the Treaty of Versailles and Woodrow Wilson's 14 points. Students should NOT write about Hitler during his time as the leader of Nazi Germany, only the yound, post-war soldier. All paper should have the standard margins with 12 point, Times New Roman Font. All papers need to be e-mailed to jstevens@schillingschool.org before 4/4/2012.