How much land was gained in World War 1?
The central powers were the ones who lost the most land. The central powers were the ones who lost the most land.
What did the Treaty of Ghent say about the amount of land gained or lost by the US in the war of 1812?
After World War I, France gained a number of immediate benefits which, in the long run, proved to be of little value. While receiving reparations from their enemies and occupying portions of once-German land, the French nonetheless slipped into a post-war malaise which prevented them from maintaining the vigilance necessary for a long-lasting peace. Viewed in light of World War II, France gained very little from their victory in World War I.