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To what extent was Germany weakened through loss of territory militarily and economically?
The Treaty of Versailles of 1919-20, aside from setting up a kind of international police force - the League of Nations, mainly set terms for dealing with Germany. These included taking blame for initiating World War I, restrictions on military, loss of territory, and reparations. The losses of territory militarily would be a lesser extent than the losses on Germany economically.
Germany's military losses included restricting its armed forces. The army was limited to 100,000 men, conscription was banned, no submarines or aero planes were allowed, the navy was limited to six ships, and t…
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