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.
The Treaty of Versailles took away about 25,000 square miles of land and 7,000,000 people from Germany. Additionally, Germany had to return the territories it gained under the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
The Treaty of Versailles included Germany having to take full blame for starting the war, and Germany had to pay for everything they damaged. Germany also lost a lot of land.
Poland and Czechoslovakia revceived the land taken from Germany after the war.
How much percentage of land did Germany loose as a result of the treaty of versailles
All the land Germany had taken was given back.
The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty signed at the end of World War 1. The map of Europe differed due to the treaty, as land was taken from Germany.
Yes. The treaty awarded them all the land Germany had controlled in Asia and the Pacific.
The Treaty of Versailles was what ended World War I. The document placed all of the blame on Germany, even though Austria-Hungary started the war. The Treaty took most of Germany's army, took a good chunk of Germany's land, and actually triggered a significant economic depression in Germany. The Treaty of Versailles was what ultimately lead to World War II.
The Treaty of Versailles was a war ending treaty in which Germany agreed that they had to take blame for the war, the had to give up land, they had to demilitarize, and they had to pay war reperations to the Allied countries.
Basically the Treaty of Versailles lamed Germany for the war, requires Germany to pay reperations, and makes Germany and other countries give up land. It was about the worse peace treaty ever since it made the conditions for World War II.
The Treaty of the Versailles affect Germany by taking away German land in Europe, its colonies in Africa and the Pacific. It also limits the size of Germany's armed forces. It also placed all the blame for the war on them.
Treaty of Versailles, I'm pretty sure that, that's what it called!!
Numerous treaties broke up the Ottoman Empire. The most famous and which stripped the empire of the most land was the Treaty of Versailles in 1919.
It made Germany pay for everything in France and let the British occupy some of Germany's land. This led to WW2.
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.
He took more land and grew Germany's army larger then the treaty limited them to.
12% including the German people who lived there and resources.
Italy did not gain anything from the Treaty of Versailles. Italy wanted money and land, however, when they changed sides from Germany to the Allies in the middle of the war, there were not able to received what they hoped.
Germany, because it put the blame on them. Also Germany lost a lot of land, and weren't allowed to build up their military due to the treaty.
Poverty, Failing Government, Money was Worthless, Reduction of Land, Unemployment.
Who: The Allied leaders, Germany What: Treaty of Versailles When: Signing on November 11, 1919 Where: Versailles, France Why: To keep Germany from starting another war, for Germany to pay war reparations, give back land, reduce military. take blame for WWI
the reparations of the Versailles treaty affected Germany because the treaty took away their land which was used to produce goods.And goods= money. the people were starving because Germany had to pay the allies and Germany lost all of its foreign colonies which again caused huge money losses.
The ones that won didn't have to pay. Germany had to repay the winners to repair their land that was destroyed. They destroyed Germany with all the paying. They all agreed to peace treaty even Germany, they had to.
The Treaty of Versailles was harsh against Germany because the victors wanted to punish Germany for being the cause of World War I. It was this harshness that Adolf Hitler used to partly justify beginning World War II - that and his desire to regain land taken away from Germany.