Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty Of Versailles: Unfair

Before 1918 Germany was ruled by Kaiser Wilhelm the second. Germany were struggling through this period of time. Although Russia had pulled out of the war and Germany could focus its attentions on fighting France and Britain on the west side however the USA had entered the war and there was a naval blockade stopping […]

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Treaty of Versailles Paper

The Treaty of Versailles satisfied no-one completely and was quite unfair towards Germany. The treaty was both unfair and vindictive although there is also evidence to the contrary. France was the most pleased with the treaty as since they suffered the greatest casualties and damage they sought revenge and received in the vindictiveness of the […]

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How the Treaty of Versailles created problems for Germany between 1919-24

Germany’s problems created by the Treaty of Versailles began in 1918 when the American president Woodrill Wilson announced that Germany’s government must be made more democratic before they could even start talking about wars. He said that Kaiser Wilhelm must give up some of their power and that the Reichstag must have a greater share […]

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Why Britain’s Government Were Reluctant To Commit Themselves

The three main powers organising the Treaty of Versailles were Britain, France and the USA, also known as the ‘big three’. Being in the major contributors they got a lot of the requests they made to be added into the treaty, not all but more than other countries would have received. It is generally unfair […]

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The view that the Versailles treaty created as many problems

On the 28th June 1919 at Versailles Palace in France the Germans signed one of the most influential peace treaties ever proposed by democracies. The Germans believed the treaty to be a farcical document littered with anti German clauses designed to cripple Germany. France however, with probably the highest economic and physical damage from the […]

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Treaty of Versailles

The fighting in the world war one stopped on 11 November 1918. this meant different things to different people. To certain it was a relieve after all those years of tiring war. Yet to some, it was pure happiness or joy and pride to have won the war. Now that the fighting had stopped, the […]

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Versailles Treaty

The terms of Versailles stirred different opinions on whether it was the correct approach in dealing with Germany and how successful these would be in maintaining peace. Collectively, all the passages reflect this view as the historians are divided on which events supposedly caused problems. Typically in some accounts, such as interpretation B and D, […]

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The Big Four

After the devastation of World War l, the vast majority of people saw the world in a totally different light. So many people had died. The future of society seemed pessimistic and dark at best. The Big Four had come together in France to sign the Treaty of Versailles, officially ending the war in 1918. […]

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Aims of the Treaty of Versaille

The Treaty of Versailles was one of numerous treaties signed and discussed at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 after World War I, the five main countries involved were the Great Britain, USA, France, Italy and Germany. The Treaty of Versailles focused on the compensation Germany had to pay to the allies after the war. […]

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