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Treaty of Versailles The war that had cost the lives of millions was finally over and the allies France Britain and USA came together to set peace to Europe They were going to undo the wrong and make sure that such a war would never occur again They met at a peace conference and decided upon the fate of defeated Germany and crafted what was known as the Treaty of Versailles The allies had disputes over what would happen to German for they all had joined the war in want of something The peace conference was no longer based on peace or to set a rightful and just punishment for Germany but turned to a free-for-all in which the victors competed amongst one another to carve up the lands of the defeated powers The Allied powers shredded and deformed the German Empire in whichever way they pleased Germany had already been completely devastated and exhausted by the war They had lost around two million soldiers and the revolution had swept throughout the continent causing disorder to the state On top of that the Allies forces continued their blockade causing millions of civilians to suffer as food ships were not able to reach their ports To add to the chaos they had been given the unattainable terms of the Treaty of Versailles Due to the acrimonious and severe demands made by the victors Germany had no choice but to agree to the painful deterioration of their Empire The Treaty of Versailles stepped out of the bound of making peace to the extent a British officer asked Are we making a good peace Are we Are we Thus the settlement lacked reasonability and ended up as the cruel exploitation of Germany Making Peace 3-5 The French did not have a specific plan sent out but they knew exactly what they wanted Clemenceau representing the French did not disappoint the French people Clemenceaus aims
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