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World War IWorld War I also known as the Great War was immediately caused by theassassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by a Serbiannationalist in 1914 Another prominent cause of the war was the entanglingalliances between the countries of EuropeThe war was thought to be the war to end all wars because it was the bloodiestwar the world had seen yet The war was supposed to end by the Christmas of1914 but it lasted four long years The fighting finally stopped on November11 1918 when the Allied and German delegates signed an armistice on termsestablished by the Allies Political leaders then took up the task of trying totransform the military armistice into a durable peaceThe Germans and the Allies signed the Treaty of Versailles at the end of WorldWar I It was negotiated during the Paris Peace Conference held in Versaillesbeginning January 18 1919 Represented were the United States Great BritainFrance and Italy The German Republic which had replaced the imperial Germangovernment at the end of the war was excluded The treaty was more like apunishment for Germany than a peace treaty For damage incurred by the Alliedpowers during the war Germany was required to make extensive financialreparation In addition to money payment was made in the form of ships trainslivestock and valuable natural resourcesAfter World War I the German Austria-Hungarian and Russian empires ceased toexist and the Ottoman empire soon followed them New nations emerged borderswere radically shifted and ethnic conflicts erupted Victors and losers alikefaced an enormous recovery challenge after four years of financial losseconomic deprivation and material destruction
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