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Western Civilizations Although the costs and strain that World War I placed on the countries involved in it were unimaginable the peace treaty Germany was forced to sign was neither fair nor just Millions upon millions of men lost their lives or were wounded and women and children suffered from not having and positive male influence and being forced into manual labor on the homefront The cost alone to the United States was 27729000000 and the Americans killed numbered 53407 Illness and other causes brought the total number of deaths to about 126000 There were 204002 wounded which were not fatal When Allied leaders decided that it was time to end everything they made the right decision After rapid troop deployment by the United States and the successful Allied counterattack Germany was on the run Eventually they surrendered and were forced into a peace agreement The leaders of the major allied powers Clemenceau of France Geroge of Great Britain Orlando of Italy and Wilson of the United States were supposed to draw up a document for long lasting peace based on Wilsons Fourteen Points but the other leaders were vengeful They wanted Germany to pay in a big way for their losses and costs incurred Instead of choosing to aim for long lasting peace by basing their treaty on the Fourteen Points Clemenceau George and Orlando drew up a treaty that would cause Germany to go into a nation-wide depression and suffer for a whole generation This treaty became known as the Treaty of Versailles In looking at the treaty one would think that the writers were completely biased against Germany and they would be right Because France Great Britain and Italy were the three main countries involved in the creation of the Traety of Versailles they used every minute detail of the treaty to work to their advantage The only positive detail of the treaty was the League
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