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Aim Was the Treaty of Versailles fair towards the Germans Method I will use the history text book and online encyclopedia like Britannica to help find facts and information thats not bias Still I might have to explore more websites even its bias because it can help me look at all the different views of this event and situation The Events The Treaty of Versailles was not fair towards the Germans The soul purpose of the whole treaty was thought to make peace but instead its just a list of ways to punish Germany The three main reasons that the treaty was unfair was because they have very harsh rules the Germans cant refuse the Treaty and it blames Germany for the cause of the war The punishment toward Germany was extremely harsh After reading the actual Treaty of Versailles in every single section of it it will at least have one or two clauses talking about Germany In the Treaty of Versailles they punish the German army and the German Fleet as separate issues The punishment that was set for the German army that most sources talk about is that fact that the treaty had reduced the German army to 100000 man in total This is taken directly from the Treaty it states all the restrictions thats placed on the army ARTICLE 160 1 By a date which must not be later than March 31 1920 the German Army must not comprise more than seven divisions of infantry and three divisions of cavalry After that date the total number of effectives in the Army of the States constituting Germany must not exceed one hundred thousand men including officers and establishments of depots The Army shall be devoted exclusively to the maintenance of order within the territory and to the control of the frontiers The total effective strength of officers including the personnel of staffs whatever their composition must not exceed four
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