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Was the Treaty of Versailles Harsh or Lenient to Germany?
The Treaty of Versailles was harsh to Germany. The reparations to the Allies was a heavy burden to Germany, it could not rebuild the economy after the war. The territorial arrangement led to loss of land and loss of Germans. The disarmament weakened its military power.
Firstly, reparation of $6,600 millions for the losses and damages caused by the war to the Allies was a heavy burden to Germany. It had no money but it needed to pay for the reparation, it cannot rebuilt its economy.
Secondly, Alsace-Lorraine was forced to return to France. …
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