The WW1 treaties

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  • The treaties
    • The treaty of versailles
      • 28th June 1919
        • Allies with Germany
          • Military restrictions
            • No air force, tanks or submarines
            • Army limited (100,000 no conscription)
            • Navy limited (15,000 size and number of ships also limited)
          • Reparations
            • Germany pays for damages/ compensation
            • Allies could demand payment
            • 1921- Germany is told she must pay £6,600 million
          • German territory
            • All colonies overseas lost
            • Alsace-Lorraine ad the Soar coal region in west Germany lost to Allies
            • Union with Austria is forbidden
            • Western Prussia and Upper Silesia becomes poland
            • Danzig becomes a free city that's protected
          • War guilt
            • Germany accepts full blame for the war
      • Summing up- 'Germany accepts all responsibility for causing loss and damage.' Article 231 of the treaty (The war guilt clause)
      • 440 terms to the treaty
      • The public wanted Germany punished
    • The other treaties
      • The treaty of Trianon
        • June 1920
          • Allies and Hungry
      • The treaty of St. Germain
        • September 1919
          • Allies and Austria
      • Treaty of  Sèvres
        • August 1920
          • Allies and Ottoman Empire
      • The treaty of Neuilly
        • November 1919
          • Allies and Bulgaria

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