Lenin signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk document as a truce to end Russias fighting in the war.
Finland repaid its war debt to the US.
being in debt from the war
it put us in debt
over $33 billion
37 billion dollars
All countries involved in World War 1 had huge debt following the war. Te exact amount that Serbia borrowed is unknown, but debt was something that all nations involved had to deal with and it was worked out in the Treaty of Versailles.
Because Germany was in a depression paying for their war debt from world war 1 and when Hitler came to power he tried to get more land then he said
The Battle of Tannenburg was Russias worst defeat in World War 1. In fact, the Russiasarmy never fully recovered from the battle at Tannenburg and the contribution of Russias disillusioned army to the February/March Russian Revolution has been well chronicled. At the start of the war, Alexander Samsovy was appointed commander of the Russian Second Army.
The United States paid over 10 million dollars in war relief after World War 1. Germany had to pay out over twice that much.
The United States emerged from World War I heavily in debt to European nations.
37 billion dollars
It led to the Great Depression because the U.S. was in debt to other countries
Yes, Canada was in major debt after WWI. We owed the American salot for their war machinery as well as our own economy suffered as we had to produce more food, supplies and weapons. The estimated debt Canada faced after the war was $100,000,000,000.
world war Two was sparked by World War One the Treaty of Versailles was imposed on the Germans putting them in mass debt the Germans became inraged Hitler took advantage and World War Two begins
£6600 million. (Not be be confused with the American billion! And the cost differs when put into Reichmarks!)
$6,600 million due to the Treaty of Versailles.
Depends what you mean by large. The US has been in debt since day 1 due to Revolutionary War Debts owed to probably France. The only time it's been zero was during Andrew Jackson's presidency about 1835. First major surge in debt was the war of Northern Aggression (aka Civil War). Pretty much every war created huge surges in the Public debt, especially World War I, World War II, Cold War, War on Terrorism.
Helped Americas economy
Not exactly, but the circumstances surrounding the end of World War 1 set the scene for World War 2, specifically the Treaty of Verseilles, which put a huge debt on Germany, while severely restricting the German military.
Finland is the only country to fully pay back it's WWI debt to the U.S. No other country has.