The Treaty of Versailles

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Military Restrictions Imposed by the Treaty of Versailles
-No air force -Army=100,000 men -No Conscription -No tanks -Navy=15,000 men -No Submarines -6 Battleships
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Sum of reparations imposed by the Treaty of Versailles
6600 million pounds
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Territory losses imposed by the Treaty of Versailles
-Lost all colonies -Alsace and Lorraine returned to France -West Prussia + Upper Silesia to Poland
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Which article in the treaty was the war guilt clause?
Article 231
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Which international organisation was Germany barred from?
League of Nations
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Why were Germany optimistic about the treaty?
Believed that capitalist western nations would want a barrier against the spread of communism, also, Germany had become a democracy, and Wilson was a nice guy
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Who were the 'big three'?
Clemenceau, Lloyd George and Woodrow Wilson
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Which treaty imposed by Germany encouraged the big three to create a harsh treaty?
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
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Which area was demilitarised?
Rhineland
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Which area of coal-rich land was given to France (for 15 years)?
The Saar
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Sum of reparations imposed by the Treaty of Versailles

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Which article in the treaty was the war guilt clause?

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Which international organisation was Germany barred from?

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