Whether or not the US should have approved the treaty of Versailles is up for debate. I say yes.
the treaty of Versailles ;)
The Movement was in protest of the Treaty of Versailles. The Chinese felt that the Shandog province should be returned to them.
The Treaty of Versailles.
The U.S. should have ratified the treaty of versailles because if it did, then maybe we could have helped the league of nations pervent WWII
It was known as the Treaty of Versailles.
The treaty of Versailles did nothing of the sort!! It was the culmination of lengthy peace talks after the first world war between the Allies, to decide how badly Germany should be punished.
Hitler held on to the Treaty of Versailles and used it to convince the rest of Germany that the Allied Powers were to blame. He basically said that Germany should take revenge on Britain for the damages Britain did to them.
There is much that people today can learn from the long term results of the Treaty of Versailles. Specifically, it is that people should not severely punish the losing side following a war. They should make the terms of any treaty fair and moderate to all concerned.
No, it took constitutional rights.
yes...... because he didn't like the original treaty in the first place....thats all i know...bye
During the Treaty of Versailles, the Italians had no vote, so they weren' t able to vote for anything that would have benefit for themselves. They were at the mercy of Allied forces. The Italians could have suggested something during the treaty, but it most likely would have gone by unnoticed.
The Versailles Treaty would be signed in the city of Versailles during the peace conference after the Great War.The Treaty was not really a peace treaty. It was rather a document signifying how big of a victory the allies should claim.Germany lost the war and thus was subjected to the harsh conditions of the Treaty which meant loss of territory, power and resources.The treaty was a dumb move on the allies part. This treaty would bring about miseries in Germany leaving it vulnerable to radical parties like the Nazi party to take control.
The senators differed slightly on how the United States should participate in world affairs.
i think you may be a bit confused. the us president, Woodrow Wilson, DID sign the Treaty of Versailles along with the other allied powers. however, the us didn't join the league of nations, which i think is what you may be talking about.
Henry Cabot Lodge did not think we should have signed the treaty because he thought that it would bring the country into unwanted wars with other nations.
Some major decisions made in the Versailles treaty were: Germany was allowed to have only an army and a navy and not an air force. Germany was forced to pay reparations to cover the losses of the victors, all countries should be a part of the League of Nations, secret treaties were not allowed, countries should govern themselves and countries should reduce their armies strength and weapons.
The Treaty of Versailles was pretty harsh on the Germans, but not nearly as harsh as France and Great Britain would have liked. This harsh treaty led to Germany starting world war 2.
There was a treaty of Versailles, that stopped the Germans from having any allies, make their land bigger, and other stuff.
I suppose that they should not support the Treaty of Versailles and refuse to join the League of Nations.
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge strongly opposed the Treaty of Versailles because he felt that the US should demand unconditional surrender. He is largely responsible for preventing US entry into the League of Nations, partly due to his personal hatred of President Woodrow Wilson.
The Fourteen Points were Woodrow Wilson's ideas about how international relations should work after World War I. They are related to the Treaty of Versailles.
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Following World War I, the German armed forces were drastically reduced by the Treaty of Versailles. They were left with barely enough forces to defend their borders.