Were the Allies too soft or too harsh on Germany in the peace treaty at the end of WWI?

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I would argue that they were too harsh on Germany.  This was particularly true of the war guilt clause of the treaty and the reparations demanded.

The Treaty of Versailles essentially demanded that the Germans acknowledge that the war was all their fault and pay for its damages accordingly.  This, from an objective point of view, was...

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