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Peace treaty of St. Germain

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Maria De Ridder

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of Peace treaty of St. Germain

•Refrain from entering into political or commercial union with Germany. Peace Treaty of St. Germain •Limit its army to 30,000 men and surrender its war vessels and military aircraft. Under the treaty, Austria was required to: •Recognize the independence of Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, and Poland. Saint-Germain, Treaty, between Austria and the Allied Powers at the end of World War I. It was signed at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, on September 10, 1919. •Cede the bulk of the empire's territories to Italy, Romania, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, and Poland. •Pay reparations for 30 years. • Guarantee the independence and integrity
of racial, religious, and linguistic minorities
within its borders. Consecuences of the Treaty: . The Austria created by the treaty was financially and militarily weak and therefore a chronic force of instability in Europe between the two World Wars Result - The vast reduction of territory, population, and resources of the new Austria severely affected its economy and made them resentful
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