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Old August 20 2012, 01:51 PM   #62
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Re: What likely happened to the Cardassian Union after the war

If you are talking about the treaty of Versailles, Whilst terriotiral issues did play a part in the events leading upto WWII it was more the reperations which crrippled the Germany economy that was one of the bigger influences on the events leading upto WWII. And it was actually a Brit, John Maynad Keyes that convinced many of British and American leaders at the time that they were reperations were overly harsh. The French leaders were left largely unmoved.
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