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OCR-style exam questions Answer the questions by typing your answers into the red boxes. Assessment: The Peace Treaties of 1919-23 This cartoon by a British artist appeared in Punch on 19 February 1919. The caption read: German Criminal to Allied Police: Here, I say, stop! You're hurting me! ( Aside: If I only whine enough I may be able to wriggle out of this yet.) 1 Study the cartoon. What is the message of this cartoon? Use the details of the cartoon and your knowledge to explain your answer. [7] 2 In January 1919, delegates from 32 countries met in Paris, to write the treaties which would end the First World War. Describe what happened at the Conference in the months leading up to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919. [4] 3 Explain what historians mean when they say that ‘the Treaty of Versailles formed a template for the other treaties of 1919-1920’ with the other defeated powers. [8] 4 In 1920, the Russian leader Lenin described the Treaty of Versailles as: ‘an
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