04. Peacemaking at Paris, 1919-1920 - Peacemaking at Paris...

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Peacemaking at Paris, 1919- 1920
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Goals of the Victorious Powers USA: League of Nations; restoration of liberal world economy; reparation. Great Britain: reparation, destruction of German naval power; colonies, restoration of the European balance of power France: security; Rhineland detached from Germany; annexation of the Saar; reparation; weakening of Germany in the East; finding a new ally in Eastern Europe Italy: Fiume; Southern Tyrol; Dalmatian
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The German Settlement The first session opened on January 18, 1919 The Rhineland Controversy : strategic significance; it would be demilitarized The Saar Dispute The Fate of Danzig Arms Limitations Reparations
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Unformatted text preview: Reparations Treaties with Germany’s allies • Destruction of the Dual Monarchy • Disagreement between the victors, big and small • The Treaty of St. German with Austria (September 11, 1919):Los of South Tyrol, Sudetenland, no unification with Germany); reparation • The Treaty of Trianon with Hungary (June 4, 1920); major territorial losses (2/3 of its The Impact of the Settlement • Germany was not destroyed • Creation of revisionist states in Eastern Europe • Nationalities question • The Fate of the League of Nation • Was a conciliatory peace possible? • Would it have been successful?...
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  • Treaty Of Versailles, liberal world economy, German naval power, major territorial losses

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