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What were the consequences of ww2 for Germany?

What were the consequences of ww2 for Germany?

Germany paid reparations to the United Kingdom, France, and the Soviet Union, mainly in the form of dismantled factories, forced labour, and coal. The German standard of living was to be reduced to its 1932 level.

How did German lives change during ww1?

Many German civilians were starving and there were severe food shortages. Soldiers and workers showed communist leanings by setting up soviets (small councils intended to replace central government) in many German cities.