Opposition to the Treaty of Versailles

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  • Opposition to the Treaty of Versailles
    • The government thought the treaty was unreasonable as they had removed the Kaiser who was responsible for the war.
    • They thought that the British, French and Americans would be more sympathetic.
    • Military terms left Germany vulnerable to attack.
    • the German people were shocked at the severity of the treaty.
    • The public blamed the government for accepting it.
      • They had not been invited to have a say, there was no opportunity for compromise.
    • The German people did not want to take all of the blame for the war.

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