The Treaty of Versailles - The key terms and lasting consequences // History GCSE Edexcel

1. When was the treaty signed?

  • 28th June 1920
  • 28th June 1919
  • 13th May 1919
  • 22nd June 1918
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2. How many men was Germany's army reduced to?

  • 150,000
  • 100,000
  • 50,000
  • 200,000

3. How much did Germany have to pay in reparations?

  • £6.6 billion
  • £2 billion
  • £1 billion
  • £8.8 billion

4. How many German people were lost due to the territorial sanctions imposed on Germany through the treaty?

  • 21 million
  • 6 million
  • 1 million
  • 4 million

5. What were the 3 lasting effects of the treaty on Germany?

  • Germany was strengthened, the economy steadily improved and foreign affairs flourished
  • It weakened the Weimar republic's popularity, it caused lasting political protest and it destroyed German economy
  • The Weimar republic became incredibly popular, the economy steadily grew and the Kaiser was able to return
  • The Weimar republic became unpopular, it caused lasting political protest and it allowed the economy to be steadily rebuilt

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