Treaties

The treaties that came after WW1

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Treaty of St Germain, what year?
1919
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Who did the Treaty of St Germain deal with?
It dealt with Austria
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What territory was lost from Austria, and to who?
Bohemia and Moravia to the new state of Czechoslovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia was given to the new state of Yugoslavia.
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What was Austria's Army restricted to?
30,000 and was forbidden ever to unite with Germany.
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Treaty Of Neuilly, what year?
1919
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Who did the treaty of Neuilly deal with?
Bulgaria
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What territory was lost from Bulgaria, and to who?
Lost it's lands to Greece, Romania and Yugoslavia, Bulgaria also lost it's access to the Meditarranean
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What was Bulgaria restricted to?
Army: 20,000, and to pay £100million in reparations.
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Treaty of Trianon, what year?
1920
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Who did the treaty of Trianon deal with?
Hungary
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What territory was lost by Hungary, and to who?
Transylvania went to Romania, Slovakia and Ruthenia went to Czechoslovakia and Slovenia and Croatia went to Yugoslavia.
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What was Hungary restricted to?
It lost three million Hungarians who ended up in other states, it's industries suffered from the loss of population and raw materials. It was due to pay reparations but it's economy was so weak, it never did.
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Treaty of Sèvres, what year?
1920
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Who did the treaty of sévres deal with?
Turkey
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What Territory was lost by Turkey, and to who?
Smyrna to Greece and Syria to Mandate under French control.
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The treaty of Lausanne, what year?
1923
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Who did the treaty of Lausanne deal with?
Turkey
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