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What Treaty was Austria 1919-20?
St Germain
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What Treaty was Hungary 1919-20?
Trianon
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What Treaty was Bulgaria 1919-20?
Neuilly
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What Treaty was Turkey 1919-20?
Sevres
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What happened in the Aaland islands?
Ownership disagreements
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What happened in Bulgaria?
Firing across Greek border = soldier killed
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What happened in Upper Silesia?
Germany-Poland referendum
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What happened in Corfu?
Ineffectual Greece-Albania border
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What happened in Vilna?
Lithuanian capital seized by Poland
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What was Lloyd-George's main focus?
Self-interest
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What was Wilson's main focus?
Self-determination
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What was Clemenceau's main focus?
Revenge
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Why was Lloyd-George unhappy with the Treaty of Versailles?
High reparations affected industry + trade.
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Why was Clemenceau unhappy with the Treaty of Versailles?
Germany still had an army. Reparations could have been more.
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Why was Wilson unhappy with the Treaty of Versailles?
Wanted colonies to decide their future + countries to disarm.
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Why was Lloyd-George happy with the Treaty of Versailles?
Gained battleships + overseas empire.
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Why was Wilson happy with the Treaty of Versailles?
Territorial gain, disarmament, LofN established.
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Why was Clemenceau happy with the Treaty of Versailles?
Gained territory, Rhineland demilitarisation made things safer, got compensation, LofN exclusion.
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