What Were the Terms of the Treaty of Versailles? Analyze the Reason for These Terms, and the Possible Damaging Consequences for Germany
After four years, three months and fourteen days of the prolonged First World War, the Germans surrender and signed an armistice on November 11th, 1918, as a result of the civilians who were ecstatic to see an end to their starvation. However, the Germans knew they would have to pay a price for piece as a defeated nation. To ensure an extensive peace, a treaty was formed by the winners of the war, but France, the United States and Great Britain were the "Big Three" envoys in the creation of this peace treaty. The Germans were not invited to these negotiations, and it soon became evident th…
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