Effects Of World War 1 (Part 1) Treaty Of Versailles

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Effects Of World War 1 (Part 1) Treaty Of Versailles - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Name one country the Treaty of versailles effected

    Explanation
    The Treaty of Versailles had a significant impact on Germany. It imposed severe financial reparations on Germany, leading to economic instability and hyperinflation. It also limited Germany's military capabilities, reducing its army and navy and prohibiting the development of certain weapons. The treaty also assigned blame for World War I solely on Germany, causing national humiliation and resentment. These harsh conditions ultimately contributed to the rise of Adolf Hitler and the outbreak of World War II.

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  • 2. 

    Name the point that the treaty of versailles effected that effected the Germans the most socially

    Explanation
    The Treaty of Versailles imposed war guilt on Germany, holding them responsible for starting World War I. This had a significant social impact on the German population as it led to feelings of humiliation, shame, and resentment. The war guilt clause damaged Germany's national pride and created a sense of injustice among the people. It also fueled nationalist sentiments and contributed to the rise of extremist ideologies, such as Nazism, which ultimately led to World War II.

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  • 3. 

    Name the point that the treaty of versailles effected that effected the Germans the most economically.

    Explanation
    The Treaty of Versailles imposed heavy reparations on Germany, which had a significant economic impact on the country. Germany was required to pay massive amounts of money to the Allies as compensation for the damages caused during World War I. This burden of reparations caused severe financial strain on Germany, leading to hyperinflation, economic instability, and social unrest. The economic consequences of reparations were felt by the German population, who experienced high unemployment rates, poverty, and a decrease in their standard of living.

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  • 4. 

    How much did the germans have to pay in reparations?

    • A.

      4.7 million pounds

    • B.

      88 million marks

    • C.

      6.6 million pounds

    • D.

      6.6 million Marks

    • E.

      4.7 million Dollars

    Correct Answer
    C. 6.6 million pounds
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 6.6 million pounds. This refers to the amount that the Germans had to pay in reparations. Reparations were payments made by Germany after World War I as part of the Treaty of Versailles. These payments were intended to compensate the Allied powers for the damages caused by the war. The specific amount of 6.6 million pounds was a significant burden for Germany and contributed to economic difficulties in the country during the interwar period.

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  • 5. 

    Who represented the Americans during the treaty?

    Correct Answer
    Woodrow Wilson
    Explanation
    Woodrow Wilson represented the Americans during the treaty.

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  • 6. 

    What size was the german army reduced to?

    Correct Answer
    100000
    100,000
    one hundred thousand
    onehundred thousand
    onehundredthousand
    Explanation
    The German army was reduced to a size of 100,000 or one hundred thousand.

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