Was the Versailles Treaty fair to Germany?
Was the Treaty of Versailles fair in Its Treatment of Germany?
When the peace armistice was signed on 11th November 1918, no plans had been made for a peace settlement so it was decided that one would be drawn up in the New Year. Representatives from Great Britain, France and USA were among those attending. Each had different ideas of how to treat Germany, and to what extent she would pay for the war. After the treaty of Versailles was agreed, the Germans were upset by the terms; they felt it was too harsh. The treaty was fair to Germany; it was harsh but could have been a lot worse.
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- Was the Versailles Treaty fair to Germany?
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