| The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the|
rise of fascism Germany
uprisings during the French Revolution
division of Korea along the 38th parallel
Bolshevik Revolution in Russia
Correct Answer Number: 1
Explanation: Under the Treaty of Versailles, Germany lost large areas of land, was forced to pay large reparations, and accept complete responsibility for the start of World War One. The German people felt humiliated by this treaty, which led them to readily accept the Fascist, who promised a return to Germany's former position of world power.