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Which peace treaty was made with
Austria
1. Self-determination
2. No secret treaties
3. Free trade
4. Disarmament
5. Establishment of League of Nations
to secure international peace
With whom was the treaty of Neuilly
signed?
Treaty of St Germain
Which treaty amended the Treaty of
Sevres with Turkey?
Bulgaria
Who were the Big Three (leaders not
nations!)?
Treaty of Lausanne, 1923
Which treaty, along with the treaty of
St Germain, marked the end of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire?
1.
2.
3.
Woodrow Wilson
David Lloyd George
Georges Clemenceau
What was signed in a railway carriage in
November 1918?
Treaty of Trianon
By what name is Clause 231 known?
The Armistice
What was the sum of reparations
imposed on Germany?
War Guilt Clause
Why did Germany think that the allies
would treat them fairly?
6,600 million (pounds)
Who was the Italian leader who
participated in the peace negotiations?
1. Because they had surrendered
2. Because they thought peace would be
based on Wilson’s 14 points
3. Because the Kaiser had been
overthrown.
What factors pressurized Clemenceau at
the peace negotiations?
Which port was declared a free city
under League of Nations control?
Vittorio Orlando
1. The public wanted Germany to be
punished harshly
2. Much of the fighting had been on
French soil and it would cost a lot to
repair the damage
3. The public wanted to make sure that
Germany would never threaten
France again
What arrangements were made for the
Saarland under the Treaty of Versailles
Danzig
What were the pressures on Lloyd
George at the negotiations?
It was put under League of Nations
control for 15 years.
France was given the production as
part of her reparations
1.
What were the restrictions on German
armed forces under the Treaty of
Versailles?
He won the 1918 election by promising to
‘squeeze the German lemon till the pips
squeek’
2. The public wanted to punish Germany for the
loss of life (the nature of PALS battalions
made casualty rate have huge impact on
communities)
3. DLG knew that German recovery was
essential to the European economy so he
didn’t want to weaken Germany too much
Which Treaty undermined the military
clauses of the Treaty of Versailles?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
What factors pressurized Wilson at the
peace negotiations?
What were Germany’s European
territorial losses under the ToV?
The Anglo-German Naval treaty 1935
1. He wanted peace in the future not just now
2. The American public didn’t want to be
dragged into European affairs
3. The republican party (opposition) were
making gains at home which meant Wilson
knew whatever he agreed in Paris may be
rejected at home
1.
2.
What were Germany’s non-European
territorial losses?
No airforce
No conscription
No tanks
No submarines
Army limited to 100,000
Navy limited to 15,000
3.
4.
5.
Memel was given to Lithuania
The polish corridor was given to Poland,
splitting East Prussia from Germany
Eupen-Malmedy was given to Belgium
Alsace-Lorraine was given to France
Upper Silesia was given to Poland
6. North Schleswig to Denmark
Which area was declared de-militarised
by the Treaty of Versailles, but was remilitarised by Germany in 1936?
1. Togoland and the Cameroons to
France and Britain
2. South West Africa to South Africa
3. German East Africa to Britain
4. Pacific Islands to Japan
Which new states came into existence
during the war and had their borders
ratified (agreed) by the Treaty of
Versailles?
The Rhineland
What did Italy hope to gain from the
peace negotiations?
Austria,
Hungary,
Czechoslovakia,
Yugoslavia
How could the Treaty of Versailles be
described?
Enough territory to make them a
great power
What was the ‘stab in the back’ myth?
As a ‘diktat’; a dictated peace
What were the key themes of Wilson’s
14 points?
The belief that the German army had
not lost the war but had been
betrayed by the socialist politicians
who asked for peace
Accurate version
Which peace treaty was made with
Austria
Treaty of St Germain
With whom was the treaty of
Neuilly signed?
Bulgaria
Which treaty amended the Treaty
of Sevres with Turkey?
Treaty of Lausanne, 1923
Who were the Big Three (leaders
not nations!)?
Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd
George and Georges Clemenceau
Which treaty, along with the treaty
of St Germain, marked the end of
the Austro-Hungarian Empire?
Treaty of Trianon
What was signed in a railway
carriage in November 1918?
The Armistice
By what name is Clause 231 known?
War Guilt Clause
What was the sum of reparations
imposed on Germany?
6,600 million (pounds)
Why did Germany think that the
allies would treat them fairly?
4. Because they had surrendered
5. Because they thought peace
would be based on Wilson’s 14
points
6. Because the Kaiser had been
overthrown.
Who was the Italian leader who
participated in the peace
negotiations?
Vittorio Orlando
What factors pressurized
Clemenceau at the peace
negotiations?
4. The public wanted Germany to
be punished harshly
5. Much of the fighting had been
on French soil and it would cost
a lot to repair the damage
6. The public wanted to make sure
that Germany would never
threaten France again
Which port was declared a free
city under League of Nations
control?
Danzig
What arrangements were made for
the Saarland under the Treaty of
Versailles
It was put under League of Nations
control for 15 years.
France was given the production as
part of her reparations
What were the pressures on Lloyd
George at the negotiations?
4. He won the 1918 election by
promising to ‘squeeze the
German lemon till the pips
squeek’
5. The public wanted to punish
Germany for the loss of life
(the nature of PALS battalions
made casualty rate have huge
impact on communities)
6. DLG knew that German recovery
was essential to the European
economy so he didn’t want to
weaken Germany too much
What were the restrictions on
German armed forces under the
Treaty of Versailles?
Which Treaty undermined the
military clauses of the Treaty of
Versailles?
What factors pressurized Wilson
at the peace negotiations?
What were Germany’s European
territorial losses under the ToV?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
No airforce
No conscription
No tanks
No submarines
Army limited to 100,000
Navy limited to 15,000
The Anglo-German Naval treaty
1935
4.
He wanted peace in the
future not just now
5.
The American public didn’t
want to be dragged into European
affairs
6.
The republican party
(opposition) were making gains at
home which meant Wilson knew
whatever he agreed in Paris may
be rejected at home
7.
Memel was given to Lithuania
8.
The polish corridor was given
to Poland, splitting East Prussia
from Germany
9.
Eupen-Malmedy was given to
Belgium
10. Alsace-Lorraine was given to
France
11.
Upper Silesia was given to
Poland
12. North Schleswig to Denmark
What were Germany’s non-European
territorial losses?
1. Togoland and the Cameroons to
France and Britain
2. South West Africa to South
Africa
3. German East Africa to Britain
4. Pacific Islands to Japan
Which area was declared demilitarised by the Treaty of
The Rhineland
Versailles, but was re-militarised by
Germany in 1936?
Which new states came into
existence during the war and had
their borders ratified (agreed) by
the Treaty of Versailles?
Austria,
Hungary,
Czechoslovakia,
Yugoslavia
What did Italy hope to gain from
the peace negotiations?
Enough territory to make them a
great power
How could the Treaty of Versailles
be described?
As a ‘diktat’; a dictated peace
What was the ‘stab in the back’
myth?
The belief that the German army
had not lost the war but had been
betrayed by the socialist politicians
who asked for peace
What were the key themes of
Wilson’s 14 points?
6.
Self-determination
7.
No secret treaties
8.
Free trade
9.
Disarmament
10. Establishment of League of
Nations to secure international
peace
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