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The Treaty of Versailles
By: Sydney Roche 8A
What is it?
most important peace treaty in wwi
ended ww1
who did it involve?
involved germany
involved the allied powers
punished germany
when was it?
january 28, 1919 through january 21 1920
effective on january 10 1920
What does it consist of?
15 parts
440 articles
explaining the parts
part 1: created the covenant of new league of nations in 1926 [Germany was not aloud to be a part of this]
part 2: specified germany's boundaries
-gave eupen-maldady to belgium
-alsace-lorraine to france
-west prussia, posen, upper silesia to poland
-memel to lithuania
-gave a large part of schleswig to denmark
explaining the parts [continued]
part 3: required germany to get rid of military presence
part 4: stripped germany of all of its colonies
part 5: reduced germany's armed forces and prohibited germany from possessing certain classes of weapons
part 6: determined terms for return of prisoners of war and care of graves of fallen soldiers
explaining the parts [continued]
part 7: created terms for trials of those accused of war crimes against allied powers
part 8: established germany's liability for reparations wistating a specific figure
part 9: other finacial obligations upon germany
part 10: regarded economic clauses such as shipping and unfair competition
WHAT DO ALL THOSE PARTS MEAN?
GERMANY HAD TO PAY FEES
BUT, THEY DID NOT HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY F0R THE WAR AND ALL OF THE DAMAGE
SO, THEY STARTED PRINTING MONEY
CREATED INFLATION
MONEY WAS USELESS
a loaf of bread cost $100 billion
sources
history.com/topics/world-war-i/treaty-of-versailles
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/treaty_of_versailles

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