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Treaty of Versailles

Britain and France both wanted high reparations because they both blamed Germany for the war and so believed that she should pay for it. France had suffered the most damage, and had to repair it.

The Rhineland was demiliatarised and occupied by the allies for 15yrs.

Tight restrictions were placed on Germany’s armed forces…

No air force No tanks, No submarines, Navy limited to 15,000 men, Army limited to 100,000 men, no conscription, Size and number (6) of naval ships limited

Reparations and War Guilt Germany had to take the blame for the war. Allies demanded payments for the damage. Germany had to pay £6.6 billion in reparations.

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