Treaty of Versailles - terms

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  • The terms of the Treaty of Versailles
    • League of Nations
      • International organisation to keep world peace
      • Germany was not allowed to join in 1919
    • War Guilt Clause (clause 231)
      • Germany had to accept blame for starting the war
      • Germany had to agree to everything in the treaty
        • DIKTAT
        • No negotiation
    • Reparations
      • £6.6 billion
      • Figure set in 1921
      • Money was to be paid to Belgium and France
    • Military Clauses
      • Army
        • 100,000
          • Disarmament
        • No tanks
      • Navy
        • 6 ships
        • No submarines
      • No airforce
      • Rhineland
        • Border between France and Germany
        • No troops allowed there
          • Demilitarised
    • Territorial Clauses
      • Anchluss (joining of Austria and Germany) was banned
      • Land
        • Alsace Lorraine
          • Returned to France
        • Polish Corridor
          • Originally German, given to Poland so they had a route to the sea
        • Colonies
          • Given to the league
        • Saar Coalfields
          • Given to France
          • After 15 years the people could vote  and return to Germany if they choose

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khadjia Karim

Germany didnt join the league until 1926. The league wasn't even set up until 1920. (You wrote that Germany joined in 1919)

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