The remaining peace treaties

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  • The remaining peace treaties
    • The treaty of St Germain, September 1919
      • Reparations: Austria agreed to pay reparations, but the collapse of the Bank of Vienna in 1922 meant nothing was payed
      • Military restrictions: Austria were permitted an army of no more than 30,000 men.
      • The impact of defeat
        • It was impossible to give every national group self determination. Most of the new states contained defeated minorities who continued to create problems
        • It was impossible to give every national group self determination. Most of the new states contained defeated minorities who continued to create problems
        • Several small, weak states now existed where there had previously beem one large state.
    • The treaty of Neuilly, November 1919
      • This treaty was signed by the Allies with Bulgaria.
      • Reparations: Bulgaria had to pay £100 million in reparations
      • Military restrictions: Bulgaria's army was limited to 20,000 men,
    • The treaty of Sevres
      • The Turks were so outraged by the terms of the Treaty of Sevres that the Sultan's government was overthrown in an uprising led by Mustapha Kemal

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