How Did the Treaty of Versailles Effect Germany?


The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty signed to end war between Germany and the Allied powers. The treaty, which was signed in 1919, had major effects on Germany since the country was to take sole responsibility for the entire war. Some of the effects included the reduction of its armed forces to 100,000 troops, losing most of the European territory such as Alsace-Lorraine as well as restrictions on the manufacture of machine guns.
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