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Why the Versailles Peace Treaty did not work
When World War I came to a close in mid-November of 1918, many ideas came
about in Europe as to what the peace settlement should be. In Britain, leaders were
thinking about how to increase British colonial power. In France, many wanted to
permanently punish the Germans, partly in revenge for Germany’s aggression in World
War I. In Germany, citizens were worried about how radical changes after the war could
affect their daily lives. Finally, in the United States, President Wilson was already putting
together a system of permanently preserving European peace. All these confusion,
worries, plans, and ideas came together in Paris in 1919, with the Treaty of Versailles,
establishing the post-war peace in Europe. Yet just twenty years later, war would once
again break out in Europe. So why were the peace settlements of World War I unable to
prevent the outbreak of war twenty years later in World War II?
The treaty was signed on the 28th of June 1919, it was mainly put together by
David Lloyd George, representing Britain and Georges Clemenceau, representing France.
Woodrow Wilson was the representative of the United States, but Wilson;s fourteen
points to a peaceful Europe was immediately ignored by France and Britain.
The Treaty of Versailles had two main issues on which it focused: Germany’s post
war territory and also the amount of reparations Germany must pay.
Not only were Britain and France overly nasty in assessing these reparations,
but they were also blind in thinking they would receive anything beneficial out of it. In
essence, Britain and France demanded all of Germany’s money, nonetheless they also
took away all territory from Germany that could produce this money. By taking away
Germany’s colonies, they, in result, eliminated all of Germany’s investments and
belongings in their Colonial power. Future income and i…