What new countries formed after WWI?

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World War I ended with the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty changed the boundaries of some countries, and in some cases created new countries. The new countries included Finland, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Poland, Latvia, Czechoslovakia, Lithuania, and Bulgaria.
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