The Treaty That Started it All: How The Treaty of Versailles Contributed to Starting World War Two

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Plan of Investigation The purpose of this investigation is to answer, “How the Treaty of Versailles contributed to World War II?” This investigation will reveal an understanding of the start of the Treaty of Versailles. This topic is significance because people need to know that if the Treaty of Versailles was not so harsh then we might not have had a World War II. When World War II occurred, Germany revolted against the laws and sanctions upheld by the allied forces under the Treaty of Versailles, portraying that the Treaty was unfair and harsh on Germany. The research for this investigation was derived from the Treaty of Versailles its self, and other historical documents. Summary of Evidence Life before the Treaty of Versailles was great in Germany, they had everything, power and land. Nothing was going to stop Germany until the Allied Powers created the Treaty of Versailles. The Treaty of Versailles was an armistice with Germany and its purpose was to prevent another World War from occurring. The Allied Powers, France, Italy, Russia, Japan and the United States, was an al...

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