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  • 1. Treaty of Versailles -1919-
  • 2. The Treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty signed after the end of World War I. The main objective was to control Germany. Other objectives were: a) To establish the culprit of the war. b) To reorganise the map of Europe c) To find a system to maintain peace. d) To control the expansion of Communism.
  • 3. a) To establish the culprit of the war • Germany was going to be declared the main culprit of the war. • Germany was forced to pay all the war damages (reparations) to France and Great Britain. • Germany was forced to reduce its army. • Germany lost all its colonies in África and Asia. • Germany lost territories in Europe: the corridor of Danzig (given to Poland), Alsace and Lorraine (given to France), the Sudetes (given to Czechoslovakia). • Some German territories were occupied by French soldiers (Rhineland).
  • 4. b) To reorganize the map of Europe Four European empires disappeared. •Ottoman Empire •German Empire •Austro-Hungarian Empire •Russian Empire
  • 5. - New nations are going to appear: •Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania •Poland •Czechoslovakia •Hungary •Yugoslavia
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  • 7. C) To find a system to maintain the peace. The League of Nations was created based on the initiative of the president of the United States of America, Thomas Woodrow Wilson.
  • 8. d) To control the expansion of Communism. This was possible thanks to the creation of a belt of new countries that were anti-Bolshevik.
  • 9. d) To control the expansion of Communism. This was possible thanks to the creation of a belt of new countries that were anti-Bolshevik.