The treaty of Versailles took Germany’s power and military away, made them take the blame for the war, and pay enormous war reparations. The Treaty of Versailles led to the rise of Hitler in 1933 because it led to economic weakness, weakness of the Weimar republic, and strength of the Nazi party. The treaty of Versailles led to Hitler’s rise to power in 1933 because it caused economic weakness because Germany had to pay very large war reparations. The large amount of money that Germany had to pay in reparations caused them to start printing more and more money. This caused massive inflation, and made the mark almost worthless (Document F). Because of the mass inflation people who had saved up money in the bank lost all their money and became
the all was said and done, the victors of The Great War met in Versailles to construct a plan to reform Europe. This plan eventually resulted in the Treaty of Versailles. However, because the main four leaders were conflicted in what they wanted to do to better Europe and punish Germany, the treaty was messy and unsuccessful. While most thought it would be based on the Fourteen Points, opposition from Clemenceau resulted in the treaty being nothing like anyone had thought it would be. It punished…
Following the Great War, President Woodrow Wilson of the United States presented fourteen points of post-war action to the congress held at Versailles. The peace treaty that was conceived from said points, along with the European alterations made to it, were a stem of great controversy among the American public and government. To say that the Senate defeat of the treaty was due to the strength of opposing socio-political forces not the ineptitude and stubbornness of President Wilson, however, is a drastic…
The Versailles Treaty dealt Germany an unfair hand. The Versailles Treaty caused anger and humiliation within Germany and left a void that would later be filled by the Nazi Party. There were four main punishments that really damaged Germany as a whole: Size of the German Military, Payments, War Guilt Clause, Territory Losses. Germany wasn’t a fan of these rules that the Versailles Treaty which they showed it in World War II.
The Treaty of Versailles contributed to WWII by severely weakening Germany…
Germany is a peaceful place now, but that was a totally different story about 100 years ago. Just recently, a debt was paid off that had been a burden to the country for the past century. This debt was from World War I and all the repercussions the Treaty of Versailles inflicted on Germany. At the time, Germany was the only country blamed for the war, which is why they had such a large bill to pay for all the damages the war caused throughout Europe. But with this debt, Germany slumped into…
DBQ: (Form A)
1. Analyze the international and domestic challenges the United States faced between 1968 and 1974, and evaluate how President Richard Nixon’s administration responded to them.
1. Explain the ways that participation in political campaigns and elections in the United States changed between 1815 and 1840, and analyze forces and events that led to these changes.
DBQ: (Form A)
1. In what ways did ideas and values held by Puritans influence the political…
AP European History
April 9, 2015
Prompt: Describe and analyze changing views toward the concept of a “civil peace” (Burgfrieden) in Germany from 1914 to 1918.
In August of 1914, Germans made two major decisions to the country. First, it was the vast mobilization for World War I. Also, it declared Burgfrieden in which all previous issues would be set-aside during the course of the war. As the years progressed, people’s opinions have changed from the policy. In…
from Western influences in order to protect itself
Neo-Confucianism was the dominant philosophy, which combined aspects of Confucianism and Buddhism
Japan also experienced an increase in agriculture and upward climb of its merchant class
8.09 DBQ Women/Flow of Silver
Compared the roles of women in different societies
Industrialization and Globalization, c. 1750 CC to c. 1900 CE
9.01 Trends from 1750 to 1914
During this time, the Industrial Revolution changed the economies of many Western…
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