Why is any treaty signed?
A treaty is simply an agreement that spells out what each side will do and not do. Countries sign treaties because both sides (all sides) think they will get something they want from it.
Be more specific. What treaty are you referring to?
Germany were punished by the Treaty of Versailles. Other countries were also punished after World War I, seperately from the Treaty of Versailles. Austria signed the Treaty of Saint Germain. Hungary signed the Treaty of Trianon. Bulgaria signed the Treaty of Neuilly. The Turkish Empire signed the Treaty of Sevres. Hope that helps. ;)
The Treaty of Fort Pitt (Delaware Treaty), the first treaty signed by the newly formed United States and all Native Americans (it was a blanket treaty, open ended to any other nations that signed treaties with the USA). Its unfortionate that the USA violated the treaty 2 weeks after it was signed; by shooting the representatives called for by the treaty - and again 2 years later by shooting and killing those who signed it…