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Why was Germany disappointed with the Treaty of Versailles?
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- Forced Germany to pay reparations for the war.
- Took various German territories (both overseas colonies and parts of its European territories) away from Germany.
- Prohibited Germany from having a full military. The treaty allowed only a very small military with no air force or submarines.
Germany was disappointed with this treaty because it punished Germany very harshly. It made Germany claim complete responsibility and guilt for WWI. On top of that, it did many things that hurt Germany economically and/or took power from Germany. Among these things were:
All of these provisions disappointed and angered the Germans.
Posted by pohnpei397 on April 14, 2012 at 2:36 PM (Answer #1)
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