What Was The Consequences Of The Treaty Of Versailles

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In June of 1919, World War 1 had come to an end. The Allied groups had come together to sign the treaty of Versailles. The treaty was based off of 15 parts that would bring peace to the allies and would serve the punishment that Germany deserved. The first 10 parts of the Treaty were crucial for all the allies to sign. Part 1 of the Treaty was The New League of Nations was created and that Germany would not be allowed to join is a series of years.
Part 2 would be that Germany would give up land they took back to there rightful countries like Belgium, Poland, Denmark and more it would be Germany 's new territories. Part 3 of the treaty was to demilitarize Germany and separate it from Saar for 15 years so that they would not try to harm anyone
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As the ending of the Treaty signing, Germany has to face the consequences and the rest of the Allies had to rebuild what was lost in world war 1. Not only was Germany stripped of territory it was also stripped of it’s population, and its resources like iron and coal from it territories. With the consequences Germany had they were also appalled that they were being faced all these actions from loss of land, population and others, so of them protested to stop the allies from these …show more content…
But we also needed to give the punishment for the people that caused harm around the world, but all the parts to the treaty were to help rebuild what was lost. That’s why the Treaty was signed and brought our Allies together for one purpose. This is why the treaty of Versailles was used for good and brought peace to the people that have lost ones and brought the Allies together to defeat and evil and to show how powerful we are when we stand together. That’s what the Treaty of Versailles had done and will always be remembered in history as we go on in

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