Treaty of Versailles

  • Dominated by "Big Three"; Woodrow Wilson (USA), David Lloyd George (UK), Georges Clemenceau (France).
  • The Treaty was a compromise between Wilson's desire for peace and Clemenceau's desire for revenge against Germany.
  • Germany made to accept responsibility for the war and pay damages.
  • German army reduced to 100,000 men, German navy handed to Allies and Germany were not allowed to produce planes or tanks.
  • No German troops allowed in the Rhineland.
  • Alsace and Lorraine given to France.
  • Prussia and Possen given to newly created state of Poland.
  • Eupen and Malmedy given to Belgium.
  • Germany banned from uniting with Austria.
  • Germany were not allowed to negotiate any of the terms of the Treaty.
  • German rebuttal of Treaty refused.
  • German representatives forced to sign Treaty on 28 June 1919.
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Treaty of Versailles

  • Dominated by "Big Three"; Woodrow Wilson (USA), David Lloyd George (UK), Georges Clemenceau (France).
  • The Treaty was a compromise between Wilson's desire for peace and Clemenceau's desire for revenge against Germany.
  • Germany made to accept responsibility for the war and pay damages.
  • German army reduced to 100,000 men, German navy handed to Allies and Germany were not allowed to produce planes or tanks.
  • No German troops allowed in the Rhineland.
  • Alsace and Lorraine given to France.
  • Prussia and Possen given to newly created state of Poland.
  • Eupen and Malmedy given to Belgium.
  • Germany banned from uniting with Austria.
  • Germany were not allowed to negotiate any of the terms of the Treaty.
  • German rebuttal of Treaty refused.
  • German representatives forced to sign Treaty on 28 June 1919
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