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Treaty of Versailles

Signed June 28, 1919, the Treaty of Versailles formally ended World War I between Germany and the Allied nations and placed the blame for the war and its tremendous cost in lives and treasure on Germany. The treaty included more than 400 clauses that restricted German military and economic activities after the war, including the cession of territory and the payment of huge war reparations the Allied nations.



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