Due to the Treaty Germany had suffered so much that the German people were desperate for change. This meant that the losers of the war, mostly Germany, would have to suffer the most. Representatives from the United States, Britain, France, and Italy made up the Big Four: Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau, and Vittorio Orlando respectively. After World War I Germany was forced into economic disaster. In 1918 the war ended leaving many countries in debt. Countries such as Austria and Germany w … ere left out of the treaty and had no say.
Initially, the treaty intended to keep peace between the nations, however, forcing Germany to sign the treaty ended up as one of the worst decisions anybody could have made. The victorious Allies, Great Britain, France and Italy, and the United States , all came together to decide what punishment Germany should receive for the total devastation left by this war that they started, and what to do with the Central Powers, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire in general. The Treaty consisted of uncontested biases due to Germany's unconditional surrender. The result of this treaty was to essentially totally ruin the Germany economy. First of all, the Reparations' clause of the Treaty of Versailles was one of the 440 clauses in the treaty that were not readily forgotten.
Even Though it ended this war the treaty of Versailles was hated by many American and Germany. After the war, the German people lived in very poor conditions. Hitler hated the Treaty of Versailles because he was a nationalist. Looking back it is clear the treaty caused more problems than it solved. Although all five reasons possess significant weight in causing the Second World War, the Adolf Hitler factor exceeds the others in its importance.
This document can be related to the Treaty of Versailles because Germany did not like be the low man on the Totem pole and felt really out numbered, which they were. The Treaty Of Versailles was one of the treaties at the end ofworld war 1. Another thing is what the terms created were that the German government had to follow were. Meanwhile, they deferred certain fundamental issues for so long that no formal peace treaty was ever written to end. The support for the Nazi party skyrocketed, which allowed Hitler to ban all other political parties with no repercussions. The Allies evacuated the Rhineland in 1930.
Thetreaty also prevented Germany from uniting with Austria. The Articles intentionally created a weak central government, had no national president, and all the 13 states had one vote in a unicameral congress—one house. World War I officially ended with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919. In my opinion the treaty was a good decision as all the countries involved in the war would have their say for what to happen after the war. The Treaty formally placed the responsibility for the war on Germany and its allies and imposed on Germany the burden of paying the debts of war. After strict enforcement for five years, the French assented to the modification of important provisions. The treaty limited the German army to 100,000 men unbelievably small number for a great power and only 6 battleships without any submarines or air force later Britain introduced a separate agreement allowed Germany to increase its navy up to 35% of the size of Britain's Grand Fleet.
France and Britain threatened to continue the war if they didn't accept, and the German generals told the government that Germany was in no position to fight effectively. While the 20 year wait between the wars Hitler was building up germany's armored forces. Contrastingly, the Weimar Constitution attempted to establish arguably the most perfect democratic system of modern times, where no one individual could gain too much power. War is a means to an end, and when what beganas a small conflict in the Balkan and ended at Versailles, the endwas to prevent the Germans from ever again upsetting the Balance ofpower. Germany's options were to sign the treaty within 48 hours or be invaded, but years of war had taken a toll on Germany and it could not afford to defend itself.
The famous Treaty of Versailles was known for its role in ending war. The defeated Germany was then humiliated by the treaty of Versailles and the conditions it required. The resulting laws agreed on by all the attending countries were known as The Treaty of Versailles. Nearly ten million soldiers died as a result of hostilities. The World War was fought between the Allies, Great Britain, Russia, United States, France and the Axis, Germany, Italy and Japan.
Going from one war to another in a matter of years, to keeping the peace between the two very different cultures is a huge change. . The second consisted of Wilson and those who supported him. Germany in 1924 and 1929 agreed to pay reparations under the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan, but the Great Depression led to the cancellation of reparations in 1932. At the end of World War One, Woodrow Wilson came up with the Fourteen Points which was a peace plan to prevent all future wars Sturgeon A.
However all the countries did not. The Treaty of Versailles is peace treaty that ended war betweenGermany and Allied powers and the treaty was signed on 28 June1919,but it took six months of negotiations and at Paris PeaceConference the treaty was concluded and registered by theSecretariat of the League of Nations on 21 October 1919. American loans, however, were helpful in paying the reparations and economy had every chance to recover which it did. The Treaty of Versailles was intended to be a peace agreement between the Allies and the Germans. Unfortunately, back then the governments and politicians thought that the buildup of Armed Forces or alliances would keep the peace by acting as a warning to any nation thinking of attacking them, but nowadays we know different. The Allies held a gun to Germany's head, with their trigger finger tense. They desired to be in the centre of the universe, where everyone revolved around them.