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What was the treaty that ended WWI (but laid some of the unrest that would later explode into WWII)?



Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Apr 12, 2022

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John Adney

John Adney

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The reparations argument is basically BS. See "Paris 1919" for details on the reparations issue.
First, Germany delayed payments.
Second, payments did not start until 1921? 1922?
Third, reparations payments were increasingly reduced by the victorious powers--France, UK, US., and Italy.
Fourth, Germany, after Hitler was elected in 1932, ended all reparations payments.
Fifth, Germany, like most of the world suffered greatly as a result of the Great Depression, which began in the U.S., like the 2008 recession, as a result of the machinations of Wall Street criminals.
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John Smith

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Answered Sep 28, 2016

Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles ended WWI in 1918, imposing heavy reparations on the German people that fomented unrest that boiled over in the 1930s.
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