the other treaties (not including treaty of sevres)

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Allies aims w. other peace treaties?

  • Self determination given where possible (Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires to be broken up - they had been annoying before WW1)
  • Reperations
  • Restricted Armed forces
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Treaty of St Germain (Austria)

  • Division w/ Hungary made permenant - weaker
  • Austrian land lost - Czechoslovakia, Italy, Serbia
  • Army - 30,000 men
  • Anschluss forbidden
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Treaty of Neuilly (Bulgaria)

  • Land lost - Greece, Romania, and Serbia
  • Army - 20,000 men
  • Reperations - £90mil
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Treaty of Triannon (Hungary)

  • Division w/ Austria - weakened both countries
  • Land lost - Romania, Czechoslovakia, and Serbia
  • Reduced to a third its former size
  • Army - 35,000 men
  • Reparations to be paid - amount never decided
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How was the map of Europe different? (1923)

  • Changes to German territory
  • Creation/re-creation of three 'new' countries
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How was the map of Europe different? (1923) - Czec

  • Created from Austrian empire and Germany
  • Made to seperate Germ and Austro-Hungary
  • Allies wanted it to be strong - contained industrial areas from the former empires
  • Wide range of nationalities (3.5mil Germ's)
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How was the map of Europe different? (1923) - Pola

  • Was an important state in the 1600s
  • Re-created by the allies in 1920 (land from Russia)
  • Allies wanted it to act as a 'watchdog' on Germ
  • Barrier from Communism
  • Given Polish Corridor - resented by Germans
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How was the map of Europe different? (1923) - Yugo

  • Formed by merging Serbia and neighbours (e.g. Bosnia)
  • Most of whom were part if the good ol' Austro-Hungarian empire
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How did the Allies deal w. Russia?

  • start of war - R was on the side of the Alies, but
  • left after Bolveshik (communist) revolution - 1917
  • Signed a treaty w. Germany (of Brest-Litovsk) - gave Germany lots of Russian land
  • Allies didn't want Germ to have this land
  • Self-determination - gave different peoples (?) independence, creating:
    • Finland
    • Estonia
    • Latvia
    • (re-creating) Poland
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