THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES (28th June 1919)

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1. LOST LAND

1.1. Upper Silesia

1.2. Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Land

1.3. Alsace-Lorraine - France

1.4. Eupen and Malmédy (Belgium Border)

1.5. Memel - Lithuania

1.6. West Prussia & Posen - Prussia

2. MILITARY CONSEQUENCES

2.1. Rhineland - Demilitarised 'buffer zone' for France

2.1.1. No German troops but still German

2.2. Army limited 100k troops

2.2.1. Not leave Germany

2.2.2. No tanks/heavy artillery

2.3. Fleet no warships 10k+ tonnes

2.3.1. No submarines

2.4. No airforce

3. REPERATIONS

3.1. Arguing over amount

3.2. 1921, fixed at 132,000mil gold marks

3.3. Rebuild Allies countries after devastation

4. INFORMATION

4.1. Paris Peace Conference (started Jan 1919)

4.2. 'Big Three'

4.2.1. Wilson (US), 14 points

4.2.2. Clemenceau (France), complete capitulation

4.2.3. Lloyd George (UK), neutral, didn't want German humiliation

5. WAR GUILT

5.1. Article 231, Germany must take full responsibility