Was the Treaty of Versailles a good treaty or bad?
The Treaty of Versialles was a bad treaty because it made Germany pay for everything! And it made them take blame also they had to subtract the numbers of their army and navy.
The Treaty of Versailles was not a good idea. It forced Germany to take both the blame, and the harsh punishments, that came with losing the war. It was too heavy handed and ended up actually bringing about World War II.
they had to pay back an unrealistically large sum of money to the allied forces. The Treaty of Versailles pissed off the Germans and it could be argued that it provoked the Germans to start WW2.
depending on which treaty of Versailles you're talking about, Im going to assume its not the one that unified Germany but the one that ended world war I. one of the main issues that it had was that the reparations that were placed on Germany were so harsh that Germany started to get bad intentions,, many people blame the treaty for starting WWII!
ww1 mostly. If it wasn't for German bad feelings over Treaty of Versailles it would never have happened
the Germans did not like the idea of the treaty of versialles but the french and the british and the polish liked the idea of it when Hitler took the position of chancellor in Germany he broke all of the laws of the treaty of versialles Hitler broke not to build an army no aircraft or sea army not to invaded the rindeland HITLER IS A BAD BAD MAN
All the bad things which has happened to germany e.g. Lost of ww1, hyperinflation, signing the treaty of versailles.
The Treaty of Versailles severely restricted Germany to the point of causing a severe depression and failed economy of Germany, the starvation and homelessness of the German people. The people blamed that treaty for their problems. They did not have a strong government which was capable of solving the nationwide problems. The Germans did not elect the Nazis to power. They were victims of the Nazis taking over when their President Hindenburg died and the… Read More
Treaty of Versailles was monumental in the rise of Adolf Hitler from a struggling military officer to Fuhrer of the Third Reich. The Treaty of Versailles in the mind of the Germans stabbed them in the back, especially the guilt clause that made them take blame for the First World War. Hitler capaitalized on these sentiments and used them to rally the German people. This is made obvious in his books Mein Kampf and its… Read More
There is no mining in Antarctica. It is forbidden by the Antarctic Treaty.
maybe it was too harsh to be accepted and was for sure preparing bad stuff for the future, like say, another war?
The Treaty of Versailles was a very harsh treaty but whether it was good or bad is a matter of opinion. Germany was seen as a violent, power hungry and money hungry country. The terms of the treaty reduced the size of its army and navy. It was harsh, maybe even too harsh, because all German colonies were given to France, Britain and other countries. The treaty also prevented Germany from uniting with Austria. It… Read More
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Yes It Was. I am doing it in Y6 at the moment! It is actually very interesting, Have you searched the treaty of Versailles. It is one of the key information points about WW2. I hope I helped you!
Because the Weimar republic was obeying the British, and French, and a key fact that made it so bad in Hitlers eyes, was that it didn't resist the treaty of versailles.
It was a bad treaty, and it never did much to limit Germany. The few things that it did limit him by (army, war debts), he ignored and did whatever he wanted to do and the League of Nations didn't try to stop him until he took over a tiny bit of France, Austria, parts of Czechoslovakia, and finally Poland.
Without the treaty of Versailles Hitler may have never came to power. The Nazi party thrived when things looked bad, because they offered ways out, although most of the time they couldn't fullfil, and when times were good people would stay clear of the radical ideas of the Nazi party. When the treaty of Versailles was enabled, Germany lost its pride, and slid into a great depression, Hitler seized this momment, he blamed all the… Read More
Europe was in a bad way with a large number of people dead and alot damage done. Germany was blamed, naturally, for starting the war and had to pay reparations to Britain, and was punished with the treaty of Versailles, which inflicted a number of terms upon her. People wanted to do anything possible to avoid another war on such a large scale, and the treaty was supposed to solve this problem but, as Hitler… Read More
The Treaty that was signed in Versailles at the end of World War I set the stage for World War II. Because the treaty neither made peace with Germany nor completely demolished the country, Germany was able and willing to get revenge for the loss of the war and the humiliation of the treaty. German territory was never invaded in World War I, which made it hard for the Germans to believe that they had… Read More
On the one hand the Anglo Irish war was a good thing because it brought about the Anglo Irish treaty in 1921. On the other hand it was bad because many people were killed in the guerrilla warfare. Also it was bad because Michael Collins (one of the plenipotentiaries for the treaty) was killed as a result of the split of Sinn Fein.
I don't thing it was a good idea. I think it's bad.
Bad. In the Treaty of Versailles (the one that ended the war) Germany was put with the most reparation payments. Their economy crumbled. Their money became inflated and most people went bankrupt.
it was hitlers only completed book, it was a historical artifact that showed hitlers views Lamchops21 answer: It was also important because: The Treaty of Versailles was meant to ensure a long lasting peace in Europe and was signed in 1918. The treaty forced Germans to pay heavy war reparations, denied Germany a naval and air force and made them greatly reduce their military forces (only allowed 100,000 men). Also Germany was forced to de-militarize… Read More
The German people were unhappy with it's terms and many felt it should have never been accepted in the first place. Reparations were heavy and there were limits imposed on military build up, etc. Hitler took advantage of these bad feelings and the politicians were referred to as "the traitors of Versailles:
The treaty of Versailles was made up of 10 harsh terms, including number 5 - Germany had to pay $6.6 billion in reparations to the countries that had won the war. Germany didn't have this money, so they printed more, therefore creating hyperinflation, so an egg would cost 80 million marks! The effect was pretty bad. They lost military in the Rhineland and land was given back to France. They were forbidden to unite with… Read More
It's called "bad"
What is a logical problem that might arise out how ww1 was ended with he conditions in the treaty of Versailles?
The treaty of Versailles was very harsh and this created many problems. Germany had to pay 30,000 million US dollars to France, Britain and USA to pay for the damage. However, the conditions of the Treaty of Versailles also meant that Germany couldn't earn the money. This was because the Treaty restricted their boats for trade and took away a lot of land needed for farming, mining and factories. Also, all of Germany's colonies were… Read More
It's debatable whether or not Hitler would have come to power just based on one significant event. In actuality, Hitler and the National Socialist Party were able to come to power because Hitler promised he would end the Treaty of Versailles. The Treaty financially devastated Germany and left many Germans bitter and vengeful.
The Treaty of Versailles, which ended WWI is often said to be the staging for WWII. The Treaty of Versailles, in retrospect, can be said to be very punitive toward the Germans. They had to: 1. Admit full responsibility for the war. 2. Pay war reparations which amounted to $393 billion U.S. dollars 3. Give up all colonies among other things. This angered the Germans and resentment grew. It became especially bad during the Great… Read More
The terms attached to the armistice of November 1918 had been harsh. As for the reaction to Versailles, Germany was not allowed to negotiate at all at the Paris Peace Conference ... Scheidemann, the German Prime black guy (as he was called at the time), Gustav Noske (Defence Secretary) and many others wanted to refuse to sign the dictated treaty. In practice, this would have forced the Allies and above all the French (with their… Read More
This depends on who you asked. The treaty itself, created in 1795, was between the United States and Great Britain. It is credited with averting war, resolving issues, and facilitating peaceful trade. However, the treaty was hotly contested by the Jeffersonian's in each state who feared that closer economic ties with Britain would strengthen Hamilton's Federalist party, promote aristocracy and undercut republicanism.
After the First World War, the Treaty of Versailles - for Hungary it was the Treaty of Trianon - meant that the country lost two thirds of its original territory and naturally felt that it was unfair. It lost citizens whose mother tongue was Hungarian to Czechoslovakia (more than 1 milion people); to Romania (more than 1.6 million people); to Serbo Croatian Kingdom (about half a million people)to Austria (some 25,000 peole). Revisionism and irredentism… Read More
It wasn't a peace treaty many would argue, since it focused mostly on blaming the Germans mostly for starting WW1, and it punished the Germans and made them pay 30 billion to repair the Allies' damages, there are several parts to the treaty, but they directly/indirectly show that the French and British wanted to punish the Germans, not to go to peace.
no it gave france a bad name
Actually it wasn't a good treaty at all and it was a major factor in leading to WW2. In my opinion the treaty was a good decision as all the countries involved in the war would have their say for what to happen after the war. However all the countries did not. Countries such as Austria and Germany were left out of the treaty and had no say. Yes, it is fair to say that… Read More
It wasn't any single country. Germany missed the empire they had lost, and resented the terms they had to agree to in the Treaty of Versailles. But there were lingering bad feelings and unfinished business left over from World War I, all around. Hitler's invasion of Poland
After the Treaty of Versailles( Which ended WWI) Germany had many problems. First and formost their economy was in VERY bad condition. They were desperate for someone. Hitler was that someone. He pulled them out of depression and in the 30s Germany lead the world in arts,organic foods, public school conditions,sports and enginering. While he was a anti-semetic murderer he technically improved Germany before WWII.
No oil company work is allowed in Antarctica, based on The Antarctic Treaty.
Actually, the treaty was not " bad." it was a perfectly understandably treaty. The Germans had destroyed much of France, costing thousands of lives, and lost. The treaty was written to prevent this from happening again. That is, to deprive the German Nation the means by which to ever again wage a war of aggression and upset the continental balance of power. In 1871, the Prussian led German invading of France marched on Paris and… Read More
The French, British, and Belgians, plus many countries around the world wanted to punish Germany for their atrocities, the desolation of their nations, and demanded monetary repayment well over 100 Million marks (more in dollars of the early 20th century. They developed a treaty known as the Treaty of the Versailles or the Versailles Treaty. This treaty had 14 main points with many rules and points within each of those points. Germany was forced to… Read More
He owned slaves, he opposed abolition and he failed to adhere to the terms of the Treaty of Velasco.
ANSWER 1 i ain't here 2 judge but 1 if i say bad don't gag and laugh that is my ancestor YOUR talking about but bad yes. ------------------------------------- ANSWER 2 I think Henry 1 was a good king because he signed a charter of liberties and a treaty with his brother in order to keep the peace.. :D
I'm pretty sure you have a textbook.
because John Jay failed to open up the profitable British West Indies trade to Americans.
ha ha it's not trinity of verdun, TREATY of verdun. that's ok, don't feel bad though
It's worse that a 'bad idea': it's a violation of the Antarctic Treaty agreements that there be no military activity south of 60 degrees S..
Leave off the question mark and change the "you" to "I" and you have a quote from David Lloyd George after the Versailles Peace Treaty, when he mentions Jesus Christ he is referring to Woodrow Wilson who didn't want to punish Germany for their actions and Napoleon he is referring to Georges Clemenceau who wanted to punish Germany to the greatest extent for WW1.
Economicly, each country which was involved in the war lost a lot amout of money. Emotionally soldiers were in a bad mood, because when they came back they saw that the women, immigrants and even unmature men took over their job. Politicaly, Treaty of Versailles made division between countries and Germany was under a huge pressure.
the soviet union's economy was really bad so they decided to give up and make a peace treaty with the united states in the 1990
Many countries in Europe that were on the Allied side at the time imposed harsh treatment on Germany and large reparations. The United States thought that the terms of the Treaty of Versailles were too harsh so they signed a separate treaty with Germany. The damage was done, however and the German economy was in a total mess and the reparations they had to make made it even worse, so bad that citizens of Hermany… Read More