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S: The Treaty of Versailles

1: The Treaty of Versailles was a treaty signed just after the first world war to make the central powers pay for the damage they did to France, Belgium, and the other Allied Powers. | Germany and Austria-Hungary had to pay for all the wounded and dead soldiers

2: A lot of Good men died trying to fight vast numbers of Central forces, this could never be allowed to happen again | Royal Marines | Fragmentation grenade- mass produced for the war | The Armies that the Central powers were aloud after the war was minuscule to what they had achieved during the war. A mere 100,000 men, no tanks, no submarines, and no air force; and only 6 carriers were aloud at maximum.

3: The Germans had to pay for all of the weapons and kit that needed to be made to fight them in the war. This meant they couldn't have a big enough force so they would have to mass manufacture again. | Smith & brownings Colt M1911 was Mass produced to meet demands

4: The Central powers gassed a lot of innocent people so they had a massive bounty -so-to-speak, on their heads.

5: There Was no Way out for Germany and Austria-Hungary, They HAD to take the blame for all of the destruction and death caused and if they didn't then both countries would have to be split up into countries so small that they wouldn't be able to ally again. so the Central powers took the blame and had to pay 6.6 Billion pounds, which at the time they had no way of paying back.

6: All the land Germany took was given back and the Colonies it had were made independent, this angered the Central powers, very, very, much. | I | In a Batman-Catwoman style Move, The Allies took away every right from them, but didn't rule out that they didn't have any control about where their country went diplomatically | Rights and Land

7: League of Nations. | For The Crimes the Central powers committed, they were excluded from the league of nations and had no say in anything any other country did etc;

8: And That is what the Treaty of Versailles instilled.

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