Austria (and Hungary) had their own treaties at the end of WW1. In thee case of Austria it was the Treaty of St Germain, signed in Septmeber 1919. To a large extent the treaty confirmed that the empire had broken up. One of the more important provisions was the Austria had to agree NOT to unite with Germany or even form a customs union with Austria. In two of the provinces (states) bordering on Germany (Salzburg and the Tyrol) local plebiscites had already voted in favour of union with Germany.
Germany was forbidden to unite with Austria in the treaty of Versailles.
The only thing that Austria hoped to gain from the Treaty of Versailles was an end to WW I. They were defeated and wanted to stop fighting, so it was necessary to have a peace treaty.
The Treaty of Versailles eliminated Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire. Austria-Hungary gave birth to these countries: Austria, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Poland, and Czechoslovakia and also gave land to Romania and Italy.
Germany, France, Britain, Austria, & the U.S.
No. It was designed to punish Germany .
Germany were punished by the Treaty of Versailles. Other countries were also punished after World War I, seperately from the Treaty of Versailles. Austria signed the Treaty of Saint Germain. Hungary signed the Treaty of Trianon. Bulgaria signed the Treaty of Neuilly. The Turkish Empire signed the Treaty of Sevres. Hope that helps. ;)
Germany, Austria, Hungary, the Central Powers nations, were denied representation at Versailles.
Opposition of the treaty Versailles
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.
The Treaty of Versailles got its name because the treaty was signed at the Palace of Versailles in France.
it was a treaty of Versailles.
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Austria-Hungary Ottoman Empire Germany lost its colonies.
To gain territory from Austria-Hungary
Czechoslovakia was carved out of the remnants of the Austria-Hungarian Empire by the Treaty of Versailles in 1920.
The nations that were made following the Treaty of Versailles (1918) were: Poland, Finland, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. Any other ones were not.
The Treaty of Versailles was signed in the palace of Versailles in france.
The Treaty of Versailles punished Germany.
to gain territory from Austria-Hungary
The Holocaust is not related to the Treaty of Versailles.
WW I was ended by the Treaty of Versailles.