The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles

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  • The Treaty Of Versailles has been signed!
  • You signed the treaty and now you don't deserve to stay in the government!
  • The Germans did strike several times because of the hyperinflation
  • The Treaty had been signed by the French, British and American and was signed on the 28th June 1919. This was the agreement that the Germans had to follow
  • What happened to repairing our country?!
  • What about my country and my people?
  • Since the Germans had signed the treaty, there were many difficulties. So the government was blamed and a new government was put in to power
  • This here is our land and we own it!
  • NO!
  • Hyperinflation made everything much more expensive and there were many general strikes by the community. Also 356 government politicians were killed
  • How will we fight enemy navy ships and protect our country?
  • The Germans couldn't afford to pay for all the repairs in France and so they were struggling. They couldn't pay enough for repairs and for the people
  • The Allies took 10% of the German's 70000 square meters of land and this meant that they couldn't keep it
  • The battleships that Germany had were taken away and reduced to only 6 battleships. This meant that they couldn't protect themselves from enemy invasions
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