Treaty of Versailles

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  • Created on: 10-01-15 09:43
Name the Big Three...
Clemenceau (Prime Minister of France), Woodrow Wilson ( President of the USA) and Lloyd George (Prime Minster of Great Britain).
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List the Big Three's aims...
Clemenceau: Wanted revenge for what Germany had done. Woodrow Wilson: Wanted to keep peace between the countries. Lloyd George: Wanted a fair treaty as Germany could be a good trading partner in the future.
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List the terms of the Treaty...
1. Military Restrictions: > The army was reduced to 100,000 men. 2. Land Restrictions: > The Anschluss was band. 3. War Guilt : > Germany was to be blamed. 4. Reparations: >£6.600 million was to be paid back in 42 years by Germany.
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Name a strength of the Treaty...
Peace was created as WW1 was ended.
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Name three German objectives to the Treaty of Versailles...
It was called a Dicktat by Germany - a dictator of peace, 10% of German land lost and 4.5 million German speaking people were controlled by other countries.
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Name a weakness of the Treaty...
Germany may seek revenge in the future.
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Clemenceau: Wanted revenge for what Germany had done. Woodrow Wilson: Wanted to keep peace between the countries. Lloyd George: Wanted a fair treaty as Germany could be a good trading partner in the future.

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