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    Would it be right to say bitterness -> rebellions -> economy downfall -> hyperinflation?
    or to be more specific unfair guilt clause -> bitterness -> rebellions -> economic downfall -> hyperinflation?
    Could this be a valid argument in stating that the article 231 caused the downfall of german economy in 1923, as it caused strikes/rebellions that destroyed property and led to government spending money to repair them?
    By the way, I'm currently answering a question that asks "How far was the Treaty Of Versailles responsible for the German crisis of 1923?" I need 1 point stating it was TOV's fault and another stating it was not. So, if you guys have any ideas, please contribute too.

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