What happened to Germany under the Treaty of Versailles

A detailed and accurate summary on exactly what happened to Germany under the Treaty of Versailles with regards to land, reparations etc.

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What actually happened to Germany under the Treaty of Versailles?
Land
Saarland became under League of Nations' control (France had its coal)
Rhineland was demilitarized
Some land went to Belgium, some land went to Poland, some land went to Czechoslovakia
Colonies became mandates (democratic, but supervised)
Reparations
Reparations were £6.5 billion ­ higher than what Wilson wanted, but lower than what Lloyd
George and Clemenceau wanted
Army
Army limited to 100,000 men
Conscription banned
No tanks
No air force
No submarines
6 warships
Other
Germany had to take full responsibility for the war (War Guilt)

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