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What was the treaty that ended World War 2?

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the treaty was called "the treaty of versialles" or "the peace treaty".



yes world war 2 was caused because of the treaty of Versailles which is what ended world war 1


The Treaty of Versailles, which ended WWI.


It was not a treaty that ended World War 2. The German signed unconditional surrender documents with Russia and the rest of the Allied forces. The Japanese also signed unconditional surrender documents with the Allied Forces. The Allied Forces then took occupation of Germany and Japan for up to seven years. The Versailles Treaty was the treaty that ended World War 1.


The treaty of Versailles and that started the war up again


It was not a treaty that ended World War II. It was the unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan in May and September 1945, respectively.


The treaty that ended WW2 was signed August 14, 1945.



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Answer this question… They did not attempt to inflict further damage on the defeated countries.


The war was ended by the Treaty of Versailles (1919)It started with Russia backing out of the war when they signed the separate Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (1918) with Germany. After Germany repudiated the treaty, the Treaty of Versailles was signed, causing Germany to pay reparations and accept blame for the war.treaty of versaillesTo add to the above, The Treaty of Versaille, 1919, effectively ended the 1'st World War (known then as The Great War), but the United States signed a separate treaty with Germany known as The Treaty of Berlin 2 years later, in 1921.


The French ended it.It was done by the Treaty Of Paris.Not sure who exactly did it.


The "Treaty of Paris" was signed to end the revolutionary war. (Not to be confused with the other Treaty of Paris that ended the French and Indian war. There was 2.)


The cause of WWII was the Treaty of Versailles. This was the treaty that ended WWI, but it also led to the rise of Hitler. He didn't like the treaty.


treaty of Versailles is one Brest-Litovsk, which took Russia out of the war, is the other.


Hitler didnt sign a treaty to end WWII; he committed suicide in his bunker before the war officially ended


Different countries signed the treaty, the signing started in 1941 and ended in 1954, I hope this answers your question.


The treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for World War 1. Not World War 2.


The Treaty of Versailles ended WWI. There was no single peace treaty ending WWII, such as the Treaty of Paris which ended the French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, Seven Years War, Crimean War, and the Spanish-American War. The United States did not formally end hostilities with Germany until October 19, 1951. The United States signed the Treaty of Peace with Japan in 1951. Russia and Japan still have not signed a peace treaty ending WWII hostilities.



Answer this quest The Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I, left lasting resentments in many countries. ion…


September 2, 1945 Japan officially signed the treaty ending the conflict of World War 2. Official conflict ended with the bombing of Nagasaki in mid August, though many Japanese soldiers stranded in islands of the Pacific continued to fight as they did not know the war had ended.





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