Who was the French negotiator during the Treaty of Versailles?
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The negotiator at the treaty of Paris during the American Revolutionary war was John Jay. THIS IS TRUE. Franklin,Jay,Adams there was more then one
The Treaty of Versailles decreed that Germany and the Central Powers compensate Britain for the damage suffered during the war. The treaty was however negatively received in Germany and contributed to WW2.
The Treaty of Versailles was signed after six months of negotiations. The negotiations took place during the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.
It was called the treaty of Versailles
Nope that was WWI
Germany, Austria, Hungary, the Central Powers nations, were denied representation at Versailles.
the treaty of Versailles
Adolf Hitler detested the Treaty of Versailles because he blamed all of Germany's troubles on the treaty and Jews. He disregarded the 14 points of the treaty and did whatever he wanted to fix Germany and build up a huge army.
During the Treaty of Versailles, the Italians had no vote, so they weren' t able to vote for anything that would have benefit for themselves. They were at the mercy of Allied forces. The Italians could have suggested something during the treaty, but it most likely would have gone by unnoticed.
Article 232 of the Treaty of Versailles states that Germany is responsible for the civilian damages that was caused during the war. Germany was also responsible for a full restoration of Belgium.
During the Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles.
He denounced it sometime during March, 1935.
Germany and the Allied Powers that fought against Germany during World War I were part of the Treaty of Versailles. The peace treaty was signed in June of 1919. Some of the Allied Powers were the United States, France, Italy, Japan, and the British Empire.
The League of Nations was a government formation resulting of the Treaty of Versailles during World War I. Congress rejected the Treaty of Versailles and reparations that Germany had to pay according to the treaty. Therefore the United States never joined the League of Nations.
They Both were mad during WWI
To gain territory from Austria-Hungary
The Central Powers, which were Britain and France.
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… Read More
1. None 2. Separate time 3. Separate war 4. Separate countries (nations) 5. French Indo-China remained French Indo-China from the 1800s thru 1940/41 regardless of said treaty. There is a connection between WWII and the Viet War. France lost the territory during WWII, attempted to get it back, which resulted in the French Indo-China War (also called the 1st Indochina War) which led to the division of Indochina which in turn led to the so… Read More
to gain territory from Austria-Hungary
At the time of the Treaty of Versailles, the Prime Minister of Great Britain was David Lloyd George.He had been the prime minister from 1916 to 1922.
Germany , in violation of the Treaty of Versailles , reoccupies the Rhineland on March 7 , 1936 .
The Treaty of Versailles did not exist during World War I; it officially ended the war. By the time of World War II the Treaty was defunct. Germany had broken the treaty numerous times during the 1930's (by sending troops into the Rhineland, by merging with Austria, by creating an air force, by defaulting on its reparations payments, by ignoring the restrictions on the German armed forces imposed by the treaty). The Allied powers had… Read More
The callous treatment of Germans in the Treaty of Versailles and the devaluation of the German mark.
$6,600 million due to the Treaty of Versailles.
It symbolizes the power and prestige of the French Empire during its time. Absolutism.
Your question is a little unclear. Do you mean: How did Hitler feel about the Treaty of Versailles? This is easy to answer. Adolf Hitler was a soldier in the German army during WWI. He was angry about the end of the war and the Treaty of Versailles that followed because, he said, it brought shame to Germany (because Germany was completely blamed for the First World War, which is untrue). Hitler then vowed he… Read More
All the Central Powers, who lost World War I, were punished by the Treaty of Versailles. All four countries (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire) had separate treaties. Germany's was by far most severe. Germany's Treaty of Versailles was the most important. It listed that Germany must admit World War I was their fault and they must pay the Allied countries' governments for the damage they've caused. They also had to forfeit all land… Read More
The major accomplishment he did during presidency was the Harding ended the First World War with treaties that built on the Treaty of Versailles.
Woodrow Wilson encountered opposition in the US Senate during ratification of the Treaty of Versailles because?
he wanted unconditional acceptance of the charter of the League of Nations.
David Lloyd George was the British Priminister during WW1. He was one of the three men who came up woth the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, along with American president Woodrow Wilson and french priminister Georges Clemenceau. Hope this helps =)
As per the Treaty of Versailles, Alsace-Lorraine was guaranteed a plebiscite which the French did not honor, instead outright annexing the territory. Germany later defeated France and occupied (but did not annex) Alsace-Lorraine during World War 2.
18 sous. This caused the March to Versailles
Why were Italy and Japan both dissatisfied with the peace settlement provided in the treaty of Versailles?
When it came time to sign the Treaty of Versailles (to end WW I), Italy was left out of a lot of the treaty negotiations. This was because Britain and France felt that Italy didn't do their fair share during the war. It was true that these countries had to send troops to the Italian front to prevent the country from being overrun. Italy agreed with some parts of the treaty, but were mad about… Read More
France wanted Alsace-Lorraine back, as she had lost them during the 1870 Franco-Prussian War. The French Third Republic regained the territories when it sent troops to support an uprising there against the Germans in November 1918. The return of the Alsace-Lorraine region to French rule was formally recognized by the Treaty of Versailles.
The proletariat often rioted for bread during the French Revolution. Under the Ancient Regime, there was terrible inflation and horrible harvests, and they starved. An example of an urban riot in Paris was the march to Versailles, when thousands of women marched to Versailles to force the king, Louis XVI, to return to Paris. From Versailles, the women got cartloads of flour to feed their families as well.
solemn referendum - Wilson's strategy in the post ww1 election of 1920 regarding approval of the Treaty of Versailles
In 1938, Germany sought to reunite Austria with itself. This was one of the pieces of land that was taken away during the Treaty of Versailles.
pay France around 6.6 million pounds to repair the damage caused to their country during WW1
newzealand was an allie with brittain.new zealand as an allie to brittain during ww1 sent man into combat and was therefore was involved in war.
Treaty of Versailles was monumental in the rise of Adolf Hitler from a struggling military officer to Fuhrer of the Third Reich. The Treaty of Versailles in the mind of the Germans stabbed them in the back, especially the guilt clause that made them take blame for the First World War. Hitler capaitalized on these sentiments and used them to rally the German people. This is made obvious in his books Mein Kampf and its… Read More
After World War I, as part of the Versailles Treaty, Germany was forced to dimilitarize the Rhineland, an area of land between Germany and France, as a protection for France who had been invaded during WWI. At the start of WWII, the Rhineland was remilitarized on Hitler's orders, breaking the Treaty of Versailles and acting as one of the factors leading to the declaration of war.
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IMPROVED ANSWER: True Americans have always, and will always support our military. However, World War I didn't really come to an end, even with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles (1919). Because it would eventually lead to the German dictator Adolf Hitler, and his Nazi Party during the 1930's. Strong opposition to the treaty developed in the United States. Many Americans disagreed with President Wilson's generous approach to the war-torn nations of Europe. In… Read More
The Treaty of Paris that was signed in 1763 ended the French and Indian War. The treaty also gave back many territories that had been taken during the war.
The treaty failed to keep the Germans from conducting aggressive attacks on other nations. It failed to keep the Germans from building up a military with military implements and ammo. Hitler disregarded the entire treaty.
What was the part town located 14 miles outside of Paris where the king lived during the French Revolution?
The Palace of Versailles.