The Peace Treaties of 1919-1923

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In what years were the after war peace treaties happening?
1919-1923
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Which country was blamed for WWII? What was the name of the treaty that said this?
Germany - The Treaty of Versailles
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Name the three main leaders involved in the peace treaty.
Georges Clemenceau - Woodrow Wilson - David Lloyd George
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Which leader wanted peace throughout Europe and between the countries?
Woodrow Wilson
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Which leader/country wanted to cripple Germany the most?
Clemenceau/France
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Which leader wanted to punish Germany but keep not severely to continue trading?
David Lloyd George
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How many soldiers was the German army limited to?
100,000
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What were the German armed forces not allowed?
Any aircraft, submarines or armoured vehicles (tanks)
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How many warships was the German navy limited to? Which leader was the most happy about this?
Six. Lloyd George because he wanted Britain to still have the best, strongest navy
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What part of Germany was demilitarized? Who benefited from this the most?
The Rhineland. Georges Clemenceau and France because that meant there was no threat of a surprise attack from the close border
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In what year was the final amount for reparations decided? How much did the Germans have to pay the allied forces?
1921 - £6.6 billion
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What happened to Germany's overseas territories/colonies?
They became mandates of the League of Nations
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What was Anschluss? Was it allowed?
The joining of Germany and Austria. No
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What was set up to internationally police the world problems?
The League of Nations.
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What year was the Treaty of St. Germain? Who was it aimed at?
1919 - Austria
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What did it forbid Austria from doing? What did it force Austria to do?
Anschluss with Germany - Forced them to disarm
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Who did the Austrian territories of Bohemia and Moravia go to?
New state of Czechoslovakia
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Who did the Austrian territories of Bosnia and Herzegovina go to?
The new state of Yugoslavia
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What treaty was signed in 1920? What country was it aimed at?
The Treaty of Trianon - Hungary
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Hungary was also made to disarm. What territories did it lose and to whom?
Ruthenia & Slovakia to Czechoslovakia - Slovenia & Croatia to Yugoslavia
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What Treaty was signed against Bulgaria? In what year?
The Treaty of Neuilly - 1919
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Bulgaria lost territory to Greece, Romania and Yugoslavia. What did it also lost access to? What does this affect?
The sea - Trade
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Who was the Treat of Sèvres aimed at? in what year?
Turkey - 1920
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Turkey lost Smyrna to what country?
Greece
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what parts of the Turkish empire were put under control by Britain and France as LoN mandates?
Palestine, Iraq, Transjordan (British mandates), Syria (French mandate)
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Was the Treaty of Sèvres successful? Why?
No - because they managed to successfully resist part of it. (Treaty of Luasanne (1923) returned Smyrna to Turkey)
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