Germany was punished for its role in World War I by the requirement of war reparations. Germany was unable to pay the high costs and eventually went into complete economic failure.
The Treaty of Versaille ended World War I.
Germany, because of the treaty of Versailles
Answer:They were punished by becoming rich.
The "war guilt clause" -Germany was blamed for everything. .
The Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles of 28 June 1919.
It was known as the Treaty of Versailles.
treaty of versailles germany
Germany was forced to limit the size of its military forces. a-p-e-x
David Lloyd George of Britain, Clemenceauof France and Woodrow Wilson of America
Prime Minister David Lloyd George of Great Britain.
Not in the slightest. Part of his appeal to the German public was his belief that Germany was unfairly punished by the Versailles treaty and Germany was not at fault for any of its post-war suffering.
The allied powers (Great Britain, France, Russia, And America) All made an agreement to make Germany pay war reparations for being the "Cause" of WWI
No. Germany was defeated in World War I.
Germany , though they didnt start the war they were all around the strongest army in the world and the reason the war stretched as long as it did, and also why in the treaty of Versailles were punished the most
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.
No. Germany lost World War I.
The French and British
the central powers because it punished the central powers and demanded Germany to pay fines and not rebuild its army.