Treaty ofVersaillesBy Millissa Muñoz
Peace treaty ?
Facts about Treaty of       Versailles6 months to create at the Paris peace conferenceNegotiations between the French, the...
Germany restrictions•   Forced to take full blame•   Deprived of territory•   Overseas possessions•   Limited Army•   Limi...
Germany controversy“Stab-in-the back” LegendPeople didn’t think the military lost the warLost the war because the lack of ...
Important peopleWoodrow Wilson                            David Lloyd George                     Georges Clemenceau
Thomas Woodrow Wilson1856 – 1924Won election because he was going to “keep USout of war”28th president
Georges ClemenceauSeptember 28, 1841 –November24, 1929French statesmanPrime Minister (1906-1909)
David Lloyd GeorgePrime Minister of Britain (UK)January 17, 1863 – March 28, 1945Got the order of merit from the king
The Signing15 parts440 articlesJune 28, 1919, register on October 21, 1919
Bibliographyhttp://houseanthems.com/peacetreaty/http://www.worldology.com/Europe/Europe_Nations/Germany/index.htmhttp://sw...
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  1. 1. Treaty ofVersaillesBy Millissa Muñoz
  2. 2. Peace treaty ?
  3. 3. Facts about Treaty of Versailles6 months to create at the Paris peace conferenceNegotiations between the French, the British andthe Americans.Hundred and hundreds were involved in themaking and signing of the treaty
  4. 4. Germany restrictions• Forced to take full blame• Deprived of territory• Overseas possessions• Limited Army• Limited Navy
  5. 5. Germany controversy“Stab-in-the back” LegendPeople didn’t think the military lost the warLost the war because the lack of support fromhome
  6. 6. Important peopleWoodrow Wilson David Lloyd George Georges Clemenceau
  7. 7. Thomas Woodrow Wilson1856 – 1924Won election because he was going to “keep USout of war”28th president
  8. 8. Georges ClemenceauSeptember 28, 1841 –November24, 1929French statesmanPrime Minister (1906-1909)
  9. 9. David Lloyd GeorgePrime Minister of Britain (UK)January 17, 1863 – March 28, 1945Got the order of merit from the king
  10. 10. The Signing15 parts440 articlesJune 28, 1919, register on October 21, 1919
  11. 11. Bibliographyhttp://houseanthems.com/peacetreaty/http://www.worldology.com/Europe/Europe_Nations/Germany/index.htmhttp://swbf2glitchingserver.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=117277295http://www.name-list.net/facebook/surname/Clemenceauhttp://www.laird.org.uk/June.htmlhttps://elginhistory12.wikispaces.com/Woodrow+Wilson?showComments=1http://www.ww1westernfront.gov.au/dernancourt/http://thedepression.org.au/?p=98http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/5635293/Treaty-of-Versailles-90-years-old-this-weekend.html

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