After World War I the treaty of Versaille stated that Germany was responsible for the war and thefore had to pay reparations to the winning nations like France.
So you could say that the reparations were enforced on Germany after the war.
Asked in Treaty of Versailles
What effects did losing farmland in the treaty of Versailles have on Germany?
They lost money and therefore it was harder for them to pay for the War Repirations(6.6 billion pounds) ...
Asked in History of Germany
What Act was created to help Germany pay reparation?
The act was called the Dawes plan, this was when Germany borrowed 3000 million from the US banks in order to pay repirations. Gustav Stresemann was responsible for this very helpful act. Answer: The Dawes Plan ...
Asked in World War 2
Politically what happened in World War 2?
Germany had to pay all the repirations for the war The US' economy became dependent on Japan The US was in debt because of all of the money that Europe burrowed from the US Germany had to burow money from the US to help pay debts ...
Asked in World War 1, WW1 Allied Forces, Central Powers
Who did Germany have to pay reparation payments to after World War 1?
Germany had to pay all the allies for all of the damage. This was the British and French plan to make Germany pay everything back, called "The Treaty Of Versailles". Germany had to pay unlimited indemnitys/reparations, this was the treaty. This is also what caused the spark of WW2. ...
When germany failed to pay reparation in 1923 france precipitated an international crisis by?
Occupying the Ruhr in an attempt to force Germany to pay.
Asked in Child Support
Does a father who lives in Germany have to pay child support for his child who lives in the US?
When a parent moves to Germany, and has children in the United States, he does have to pay child support. If he is evading child support; Germany will demand he continues to pay support. ...
What impact did the Treaty of Versailles have on Germany?
The Treaty devastated Germany. It limited the army, squashed nationial pride and forced them to pay reparations that were outrageous and impossible to pay in the state Germany was in. ...
What problems did Germany face after World War 1?
Answer : One of the problems Germany faced after WWI was over, was that they had to accept the terms of the treaty of versallies. The terms were: give a lot of thier territory to places like France and Poland, They had to pay France 6.6M in repirations, they had to reduce their army to 100,000 men (not alot) and they weren't invited to the league of nations (basically the UN). However, because the repirations were so high Germany could'nt pay...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2
What were some economic effects of World War 2 on Germany?
Germany lost land to the Allies and had to pay reperations to pay for the damage done during the war. ...
Asked in World War 1, History of Germany
Why wasn't Germany able to pay all of their war reparations?
Germany was not able to pay off their war reparations since the value of those reparations were astronomical, many times their annual GDP, and because Germany was also recovering from World War 1. If Germany HAD been able to pay off their reparations, that would have been a miracle. ...
Asked in Wall Street
Why did the wall street crash cause problems for Germany?
Germany was heavily relying on America to help pay of the reparations from the treaty of versailles as the dawes plan from america was helping to pay. So when the wall street crash happened in america, they had no money to give to germany to pay off the reparations ...