Treaties, Pacts and Agreements. Wwi-Wwii

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HISTORY
CHAPTER 1-6
TREATIES/ PACTS/ AGREEMENTS

Chapter 2:

|Treaty: |Treaty of Versailles | |Countries involved: |The Big Three (Britain, France, USA) | | |Germany | |Aim/ |Territorial: | |Conditions: |Germany had to give up the following territories: | | |Alsace-Lorraine to France | | |Eupen and Malmedy to Belgium | | |Northern Schleswig to Denmark | | |The Polish Corridor and Upper Silesia to Poland | | |Danzig would be administered by the League of Nations | | | | | |France would control the Saar, a region rich in coal for 15 years, after which the people of the Saar would | | |decide in a plebiscite which country they wished to belong to. | | |Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, territories that Germany had taken from Russia were to become independent | | |countries. | | |Germany was forbidden from Anschluss with Austria | | |Germany had to give up all its colonies in Africa, Asia and the Pacific | | | | | |Military: | | |The German army was restricted to 100,000 professional soldiers. | | |Conscription was prohibited | | |Germany was not allowed to have an air force, submarine or tanks, | | |The navy was limited to 6 battleships and a few smaller ships | | |The Rhineland, along Germany’s western border with France was made a demilitarised zone. Allied troops would| | |occuoy the Rhineland for 15 years | | | | | |War Guilt Clause: | | |Germany had to agree to bear full responsibility for the war. | | |Had to pay £6600 million in reparations to the Allies. | |Impact/...
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