History - The Treaty Of Versailles

The Treaty Of Versailles was set up to in a way punish Germany for what they had done in World War 1 and to try and make world peace.

The three main people involved were:
George Clemenceau - France
David Lloyd George - Great Britain
Woodrow Wilson - USA

The Terms Of The Treaty:

1) War Guilt - Germany had to accept the blame for starting the war, otherwise known as  article 237.

2) Reparations - Germany had to pay

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