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In the short term, the Treaty of Versailles did not have a huge impact on England. The treaty did not give England any new territory that would really belong to it (England did end up with some mandates under the League of Nations). It did give England a part in the reparations that Germany was going to have to pay. In the long term, however, the main impact on England was that this treaty helped to cause World War II. The harsh nature of the treaty helped to push Germany to the point of supporting the Nazis and starting WWII.
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