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The treaty of Versailles was signed in 28th June 1919 this treaty involved lots of requirement for Germany Despite Woodrow Wilsons will to make the world a safer place it only provoked Germans anger and eventually became the motive of World War two In my opinion the main reason for the failure was the unfairness of the treaty German was guilty for the world war one But we should know that each countries who involved in the world war one are guilty for it and is unfair to just giving punishment to the countries whos lose in the war and the countries that win on the war never get any punished Allies was as guilty as Germany bothBoth of them are already had lot of damage from the war This treaty was not equal treated each country as it aimed It might fair for the victors countries because they got lots of profit from this treaty but not for the Germany and the countries that lose from this war Firstly the Treaty of Versailles was economically unfair The reparation was unreasonably high The treaty of Versailles forced Germany to pay enormous amount of money- 6600 million Also in each 5 years Germany needed to build about 20000 tons of shipping for the victors nation They also needed to supply livestock to France and Belgium But there were no way for Germany to supply that much Because most of Germans land is taken away and 90was possessed by other countries Most of the valuable farmlands had been taken and were used for Germanys industry If they taken away that Germany will hard to rebuild what they damaged from the war and without this valuable land are even hard to collect the money they needed to use because land was the main resource which earn money for the German Germany already lost a lot from the war and they are busy to rebuild but the treaty
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