What affected the relations between the Great powers in WW1

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Posted Sun 30th September, 2012 @ 12:49 by talhe

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If you mean through the Allies, then the relations were strong, but Roosevelt felt that to help Germany they should take punishment easier on them, but the majority failed to support his views. Instead Russia wanted to financially cripple Germany, so they could not rebuild their economy. This proved to be a bad decision because the German people were not satisfied with the treaty, this was one factor that led to WW2. In the end the relationship between the USA and Russia slightly worsened, this then leads to the cold war after WW2

Answered Thu 25th October, 2012 @ 19:34 by Former Member
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Answered Thu 25th October, 2012 @ 19:34 by Former Member