9.28.10 - 9/29/10 Allies have canned goods, while Germans...

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9/29/10 - Allies have canned goods, while Germans are starving. - Strikes within own troops: Mutiny at Kiel Naval Base . - More and more Germans disobey orders. Ripple effect. - Rebellion within Germany, Kaise flees for life. - Republic forming after Kaiser flees. - Draw up armistice after success towards Allies. o Germany must withdraw o Brest-Litovsk: renounce (Russia-Germany) o Germany must relinquish railway stock and shipping stock to victors. - Germany forced to agree because want to rebuild - Blockaded by British, 1918, 11 th hr, 11 th day, 11 th month, cease fire signed. - End to hostilities, peace treaty. - Jan 1919, 27 nations in Paris. Conclude “Great War” finalized June 28, 1919. - France (Clemenceau), Britain (Lloyd George), U.S (Woodrow Wilson) : chief negotiators. - France suffered most because war was on their turf. They wanted harsh terms for Germany. - U.S does not, Germany should be able to rebuild so world economy isn’t thrown off. Great Britain in the middle. -
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course HISTORY 213 taught by Professor Garcia during the Spring '11 term at NJIT.

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