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Germany had to give back everything and everyone else won but germany lost cuz the world is racist and nobody cares about germany

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Q: What was the part of the peace treaty which ended World War 1?
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Which treaty ended the First World War?

The Treaty of Versailles was part of it, on June 28, 1919, ending the war between Germany and the Allies, but the formal end of fighting occurred with the Armistice on November 11, 1919. Even so, it took six months of negotiation at the Paris Peace Conference to finalize the actual treaty.


The Thirty Years' War was brought to an end by the Peace of Westphalia?

The Thirty Years' War was ended with the treaties of Osnabrück and Münster, part of the wider Peace of Westphalia.


What colonies did France give up in 1713?

In 1713, France was forced to give up Newfoundland, Acadia, and the Hudson Bay Basin as part of the Treaty of Utrecht. The Treaty of Utrecht was a series of peace treaties.


Who was the British representative at the peace treaty that ended World War 1?

"The "Big Three"[1] that negotiated the treaty consisted of Prime Minister David Lloyd George of the United Kingdom, President Georges Clemenceau of France and President Woodrow Wilson of the United States of America. The Prime Minister of Italy, Vittorio Orlando, played a minor part in the discussions. Germany was not invited to France to discuss the treaty. At Versailles, it was difficult to decide on a common position because their aims conflicted with one another. The result was said to be a compromise that nobody liked."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Versailles_TreatyANSWER:Prime Minister David Loyd George


What two provinces were returned to France as a result of the treaty?

The provinces of Alsace and Lorraine were returned to France following World War I. It was done as part of the Treaty of Versailles in order to punish Germany.

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Did the Treaty of Paris bring peace to Paris?

The 1783 Treaty of Paris was part of a peace making process that ended a war in which the French were fighting, but it did not specifically effect the French itself. The 1783 Treaty of Paris ended the American Revolution. France was one of the nations that had taken part in this war on the side of the Americans. The Treaty of Paris, however, was between the Americans and the Kingdom of Great Britain, and the a separate treaty was used for the conflict between France and the British.


Why did many Germans consider the terms of the treaty of Versailles as unnecessarily harsh?

The Versailles Treaty created peace only because it ended the fighting. All it did was punish Germany for its part in the war.


Was the League of Nations formed before or after world war 1?

The League of Nations was formed after World War 1, as part of the Peace Treaties that ended that war.


Which treaty ended the First World War?

The Treaty of Versailles was part of it, on June 28, 1919, ending the war between Germany and the Allies, but the formal end of fighting occurred with the Armistice on November 11, 1919. Even so, it took six months of negotiation at the Paris Peace Conference to finalize the actual treaty.


Who was a part of the treaty of Versailles?

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.


What was the main argument for not signing a peace treaty with Germany to end Russia's part in World War 1?

The far leftist Bolsheviks strongly objected to signing a treaty with Germany. They believed that any treaty with an imperialist nation would taint the new Bolshevik regime. Also, any treaty would be seen as opportunism on the part of Russia.


Why did Egypt get Sinai Peninsula back?

Because President Anwar Sadat of Egypt agreed to a peace treaty with Israel and part of that peace treaty was for Egypt to get their land back (Sinai Peninsula).


Is their peace in Uganda?

peace is their in Uganda because the wars that has been inthe northern part of it have now ended.


What do World War I and war world 2 have in common?

The same general participants fought in both wars. The poor handling of the peace treaty of World War 1 had a large part in causing the second world war.


What peninsula is east of Egypt and is a part of modern day Egypt?

it's sainai. and it's an important part of modern egypt and egypt has faught two wars to retrive it back from israel in 1956 and 1973.the latter ended by signing a peace treaty in 1976


What were the appeasements in the Treaty of Versailles?

I think you are a bit confused. "Appeasement" was not a part of the Versailles Treaty. This refers to the actions (or really lack of actions) taken by the Allied powers when Germany began violating the agreements that ended World War 1.


What part did Brazil take in the Paris Peace Conference?

Brazil took part in writing the details of the Paris Treaty. They were one of 25 nations to gather for the Paris Peace Conference.