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    World War I started in the middle of 1914 because of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The war went on for 5 more years, until the Treaty of Versailles was created and commanded the armies to seize fire. World War I officially ended on June 28, 1919. This peace treaty kept from any wars starting for less than two decades, then came World War II. The Treaty of Versailles’ name came from where it was signed, the Versailles Palace. The Allies wrote the treaty and in order to have it signed, they need a large enough space to hold all of those that participated and were involved in the process, that is the reasoning why it was signed in the palace. The German government signed the Treaty of Versailles under protest. What lead to this…

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    Treaty of Versailles Malak Al-Nuaimi B6 The Treaty of Versailles was the most important of the peace treaties that brought World War I to an end. The Treaty ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. At the end of World War I (1914-1918), victorious Allied Powers negotiated a series of peace treaties to impose on the defeated Central Powers. They arranged different treaties with Austria and Hungary, after the dissolution of Austro-Hungarian…

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    The Treaty of Versailles was a treaty created by the infamous leaders apart of the Big Four (Woodrow Wilson of the U.S.A., David Lloyd George of Great Britain, Georges Clemenceau of France, and Vittorio Orlando of Italy) against Germany that implemented harsh rules to live by. The Treaty of Versailles would force Germany into an economic downfall and led to many deaths of German men, women, and chidren. One of the major points the treaty stated was that Germany had to give up all of its colonies…

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    War World I was a global experience new to many countries. It caused great divides and was only ended by the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty was made mostly against Germany in order to force them to make the reparations equal to the damages they caused during the war. Though the Treaty of Versailles was meant to end a World War, it instead resulted in building the tensions that would erupt into the Second World War; the faultiness in the Allies’ formation of the treaty ultimately…

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    Austria. Even though Wilson's point had been made a part of the treaty, it was a failure because of Hitler's actions and because the rules were difficult to enforce. The result of the laws not being enforced was the beginning of World War Two. <br> <br>The fifth point of the president's was the just settlement of colonial claims. He stated that "a free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims, based upon a strict observance of the principal that in…

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    Document #3 Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty of the end of World War 1. The main provisions were for peace to settle, problems to be solved, and for germany to take responsibility for the damage.This treaty consisted of many terms especially that germany owed france debt. In addition it was a cycle of owning debt to other countries, for example germany had to pay off france and france had to pay off United States and so on. However , this treaty was not effective, instead it created more…

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    The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty that brought World War 1 to an official end. The treaty had put the blame for the war on Germany. I am writing this essay to gain knowledge on the effects of the Treaty of Versailles for the country of Germany. By writing this essay I believe that I will be able to better comprehend the what the Treaty Of Versailles did to the country of Germany. My essay will explain the Treaty of Versailles, the reparations, the Weimar Republic, The Beer Hall Putsch,…

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    The Versailles Treaty was a document that put an end to the first world war but started World War 2. The Treaty of Versailles was made to punish and weaken Germany and it’s army. The first topic in the Treaty of Versailles is about the military. In document B, Article 160 states that…”after that date the total number of military troops in Germany must not exceed one hundred thousand men, including officers.” Germany felt overwhelmed because their army was nothing compared to everyone else. In…

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    WWI, the leaders met and created the Treaty of Versailles to commence peace and international independence. However, they excluded Germany from this meet. Clemenceau, the prime minister of France, wanted Germany to never again create threats towards France or the rest of Europe. David, prime minister of England, agreed. This decision would only lead to bitterness and future conflict. The treaty created a sense of humiliation for Germany because their land was taken away, their military was…

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    countries and resulted in an estimated 50 - 80 million deaths. The start of the worlds deadliest conflict was Hitlers invasion on Poland in 1939, this however was not a spontaneous attack by the Nazi Party, it was a result of many factors that begun since the end of World War One. The failure of The Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nations, and the collapse of Wall Street allowed Germany to regain forces quickly and commence a powerful attack on the rest of the world in such a devastating…

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