They got punished because they lost the war so henry cabot loge didnt let the Germans in the peace settlement only the ones that won tbe war
The Treaty of Versailles punished Germany.
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The Treaty of Versailles.
the were punished politically,territorially and militarily
Germany were punished by the Treaty of Versailles. Other countries were also punished after World War I, seperately from the Treaty of Versailles. Austria signed the Treaty of Saint Germain. Hungary signed the Treaty of Trianon. Bulgaria signed the Treaty of Neuilly. The Turkish Empire signed the Treaty of Sevres. Hope that helps. ;)
The Versailles Treaty punished Germany by having it pay aliens millions of dollars as reparation.
Germany, because of the treaty of Versailles
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It was known as the Treaty of Versailles.
The Treaty of Versailles
The treaty punished Germany so severely financially that it planted the seeds for the next war.
The Treaty of Versailles of 28 June 1919.
Germany absolutely DID NOT benefit from the treaty of versailles.
Yes. After WWI, the Treaty of Versailles punished Germany with harsh reparations. divided France into four territories. created an alliance between Germany and the Soviet Union. instituted the Marshall Plan
He went against the Treaty of Versailles because he believed it was time for Germany to be seen as equal to other European Countries and not as a punished nation (after being the the official country taken fault for WW1). The Treaty of Versailles mainly targeted Germany making Germany pay reparations and signing the War Guilt Cause.
what were the things Germany had to do as stated in the treaty of Versailles
they were punished because of there stupid actions in the war and to many different people and they lost the war to Denmark , Poland, France, Belgium.
The Treaty of Versailles required...Germany be punished by being forced to pay for all damage done to the allies landGermany was forced to give up valuable territoryGermany was blamed for much of the deaths in world war I
Germany wanted to not be blamed for the war by the Treaty of Versailles. In addition, they didn't want to lose land. Germany felt that the Treaty of Versailles was unfair toward them.
Germany was forbidden to unite with Austria in the treaty of Versailles.
First of all, the Treaty of Versailles punished Germany. Germany had to pay off the War debts (of WWI), give back the land they had taken, get rid of weapons, and have no active army. Also, the treaty created peace. Germany broke the treaty by preparing an army, manufacturing weapons, and, of course, attacking the countries of Europe.
The treaty is called the Versailles Treaty.It was signed on June 28, 1919it is considered as the peace settlement between Germany and the Allied Powers that officially ended World War I.However, the conditions in the treaty were so punitive upon Germany that many believe the Versailles Treaty laid the groundwork for the eventual rise of Nazis in Germany and the start of World War II.
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.
Germany was punished rather severely by the Treaty of Versailles, and for a war that Germany did not even start. Many humiliating limitations were imposed on Germany. The German Army was restricted to a certain size, and there were some weapons they were forbidden from having. The size and number of warships in the German Navy was also limited. For these reasons, few in the German military opposed the Nazis when they rose to take over Germany in the 1930's, as the Nazis appeared to be the best bet for restoring Germany to its pre-WW1 prominence. The Treaty of Versailles paid terrible dividends in the next war, in which Germany was this time the instigator.