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The Treaty of Neuilly

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The Treaty of Neuilly
Matthijs, Marc & Rosie
What is the country named in the treaty?
What are the main terms?
What was the reaction of the country to the terms?
Short & Long Term Results?
How does it compare to the terms given to Germany?
20,000 volunteers, four torpedo boats, no air force
2.25 million francs
Land to Yugoslavia, Romania and Greece
Bibliography
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"Treaty of Neuilly | 1919." BBC News. BBC, n.d. Web. 30 Mar. 2015. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/history/mwh/ir1/thetreatyrev3.shtml>.

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Germany:
-100,000 soldiers, six battleships, no air force or tanks
-132 billion gold marks in reparations
-Posen, Polish Corridor, Alsace-Lorraine, all colonies
-Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania

Bulgaria:
-20,000 volunteers, four torpedo boats, no air force
-2.25 billion francs
-Land to Yugoslavi, Romania and Greece

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