Treaty of Versailles

What allies took part during Treaty of Versailles peace talks?


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2012-01-19 16:45:11
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The Central Powers, which were Britain and France.


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The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty between the Allies and Central Powers to end WWI. And which put virtually all the blame of WWI on Germany.

The Versailles Treaty would be signed in the city of Versailles during the peace conference after the Great War.The Treaty was not really a peace treaty. It was rather a document signifying how big of a victory the allies should claim.Germany lost the war and thus was subjected to the harsh conditions of the Treaty which meant loss of territory, power and resources.The treaty was a dumb move on the allies part. This treaty would bring about miseries in Germany leaving it vulnerable to radical parties like the Nazi party to take control.

The Treaty of Versailles established peace by allowing the formation of a League of Nations to solve conflicts between countries. Also, the economic and military suppression it put on Germany and her allies prevented their retaliation.

The Treaty of Versailles..which also is the reason that caused/gave the Germans a reason to start a storm..

What stopped the Treaty of Versailles from ever approaching success was not the terms of the treaty, but rather the reluctance to enforce the terms by the Allies (France and Britain).

The Treaty of Versailles.

Versailles treaty was the peace treaty imposed on germany .

The Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to give up its influence in the Ottoman region, which included Armenia. The Treaty of Sevres was meant to specifically establish peace between the Ottomans and the Allies, but it was never signed.

The Treaty of Versailles was signed after six months of negotiations. The negotiations took place during the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.

It was a peace treaty that helped the allies

The Treaty of Versailles is a peace settlement that was signed after World War I had ended in 1918. It was signed at the Palace at Versailles near Paris, France between Germany and their allies.

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.

WW1 was the cause. The Treaty of Versailles was the peace settlement signed between Germany and the Allies after WW1. The Treaty was a direct cause of WW2 because Germany was dissatisfied with the harsh penalties imposed upon the country by the treaty. The above claim that Versailles 'was a direct cause of WW2' is American college mythology.

The Versailles Treaty did little to shape any sort of long-term peace from the results of World War I

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The Treaty of Versailles was a Paris Peace Treaty that dealt with Germany. The Paris Peace Treaties were named after the area it was signed such as St. Germain that dealt with Austria.

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The Versailles Treaty created peace only because it ended the fighting. All it did was punish Germany for its part in the war.

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