The aims of the Treaty of Versailles

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Aims of the Treaty

People disagreed on what the Treaty's aim was:

  • Some felt that the aim was to punish Germany  
  • Others felt the aim was to cripple Germany so that it could not start another war.
  • There were many that felt the point of the Conference was to reward the winning countries.
  •     Others believed that the aim of the Conference should be to establish a lasting peace.

Georges Clemenceau (France)

  • Enormous damage to land, industry and


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