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1. What rescued the conference from collapse in March 1919?

  • Lloyd George publishing the Fontainbleau Memorandum rescued the conference from collapse in March 1919.
  • Germany joined it
  • The Big Three held a pre-meeting.
  • The German delegation published a rebuttal.
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2. What was self-determination?

  • The right of people to make their own peace with Germany.
  • Woodrow Wilson's idea that nations ought to be able to rule themselves.
  • The right of the USA to decide if it signed the Treaty of Versailles or not.
  • countries should be part of empires

3. Which of Clemenceau's demands did Woodrow Wilson find particularly hard to accept?

  • Germany was to blame for the war.
  • german troops had to leave the borders
  • Alsace-Lorraine should be returned to France.
  • There should be freedom of trade.

4. How many countries attended the start of the Versailles Conference

  • 58
  • 89
  • 32
  • 14

5. Why did the Germans find the treaty particularly unfair?

  • It was based on the armistice.
  • war guilt
  • There was no negotiation.
  • It was signed in the Hall of Mirrors, in the Palace of Versailles, near Paris.


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