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  • The Treaty Of Versailles

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    The Treaty of Versailles was one of the end results of World War I. President Woodrow Wilson came up with a large portion of the treaty such as the League of Nations and his famous 14 points. The overall purpose of the treaty was to repair the damages caused by World War I, return everything as close to normal as possible, and lastly to keep peace in hopes of preventing future devastating wars. One attempt at maintaining peace was Article I. This article established the League of Nations. The League

  • The Treaty of Versailles

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    The Treaty of Versailles After the Treaty of Versailles was signed, in 1919, none of the allied leaders could truly say, they had gotten what they wanted. Although to some extent, they had all gotten something. Whether it was wealth, land, or power. The French prime minister, Georges Clemenceau, felt that he had suffered the most during the war, because a lot of it was fought in his country. The only thing he wanted to do, was to completely destroy Germany, to take revenge. While talking

  • The Treaty of Versailles

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    The Versaille Treaty, an agreement for peaceful terms among the warring nations of World War I, was extinguished by the insatiable desires of all parties involved. Woodrow Wilson, an inflexible, idealistic, righteous President was up against the vengeful Allies. Each with their own imperialistic views, conflicted as peace negotiations began. Wilson wanting to “make the world safe for Democracy” swooped into Paris to negotiate his Fourteen Points, leaving the Republicans impotent state back in the

  • The Treaty Of Versailles: The Formation Of The Treaty Of Versailles

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    Paris spring 1919, Europe has just lived through the desolation of the First World War, and the French people embraced the men who had helped them win victory. At the peace conference, that lead to the formation of the treaty of Versailles, the most puissant of the triumphant nations, were represented by the big three: Woodrow Wilson President of the United States of America, Clemenceau the President of France and Lloyd George the Prime Minister of Britain. Europe was “racked by hatred, fear, nationalism

  • Treaty of Versailles

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    Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles began with a peace conference which opened in Paris in January of nineteen twelve at the end of World War I. There were great expectations of peace. France, Great Britain, Italy, and the United States were present at the conference. Not only did these countries want peace from the war; they were also looking for eternal peace. This optimism and idealism was greatly strengthened by President Wilson’s peace proposal, the Fourteen Points. It was published

  • The Versailles Treaty

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    The Versailles Treaty The Versailles treaty had an amazing affect on the future of all the countries in Europe that were a part of World War One. However, the treaty had the most devastating affect on the future of Germany. The treaty of Versailles essentially made the German people entirely responsible for the First World War. This blame that was put on Germany was one of the main factors responsible for Germany's economic and political future, leading up to World War Two. Because France

  • The Treaty of Versailles

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    The Treaty of Versailles In January of 1919, Woodrow Wilson of the United States, David LLoyd George Great Britain, Georges Clemenceau of France, and Orlando of Italy convened in Paris to Create a peace settlement that would put an end to World War I -- a war which devastated numerous countries throughout the world, and one that had threatened the chances of peace ever existing in the future among the nations of Europe. Known as the Treaty of Versailles, its goal was to restore a new nationalism

  • The Treaty of Versailles

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    Investigation The Treaty of Versailles was created to bring peace between nations after WWI. This investigation will answer the following question: To what extent did the Treaty of Versailles bring peace? In this investigation, the extent of the Versailles Treaty’s success will be evaluated by examining the period of its development, 1918, to the rise of Hitler, 1933. Several sources were used in this investigation including a number of books that look at the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and the reactions

  • The Treaty of Versailles

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    The Treaty of Versailles It is true to say that the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 was a fair treatment on the side of some victorious powers because they got many national interests and only Germany, which was the major defeated country, accepted punishments. However, on the viewpoint of the defeawas a harsh and unfair treatment. Even some of the victorious countries, like China, Italy and Russia, as well as the USA regarded it as an unfair treatment. After the First World War, the Powers

  • The Treaty of Versailles

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    The Treaty of Versailles Following the end of the First World War in 1919, it was decided that, prevention of another war was an important factor in Europe. The treaty of Versailles was signed between Britain, France and USA. Lloyd-George, Clemencau and Wilson all devised a treaty that could cripple Germany, leading to their aim - prevention of further conflict and a war. The treaty was to be divided; territorially