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To what extent had the hopes of the peacemakers of 1918-19 been fulfilled in Europe by 1929?
The First World War broke put in 1914 and finished in 1918, but was officially ended by the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. After signing this Treaty a new order was established in Europe. The old Empires like German Empire and Austria-Hungary collapsed and many new countries were created - e.g. Poland, Czechoslovakia. The international relations in this period became more complex than ever before because many problems remained unresolved by the treaty. The purpose of this essay is to consider whether the hopes of the after-war peace settlements were fulfilled by 1929.
The main aim of the v…
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