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What were the names of the Germans who signed the Treaty of Versailles in 1919?

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Hermann Mueller (May 18, 1876 - March 20, 1931) was a German Social Democratic politician who served as Foreign Minister (1919-1920), and twice as Chancellor of Germany (1920, 1928-1930) in the Weimar Republic. In his capacity as Foreign Minister, he was one of the German signatories of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919.

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