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Versailles Treaty - Germany's Permitted Forces

The Versailles Treaty imposed harsh terms on Germany. 

Effectively demilitarizing the country, to prevent another world war from developing, this document (which is part of the treaty) details the types (and numbers) of weapons which Germany was permitted to have at the end of World War I.

Click on the document for an expanded, readable view.


Media Credits

Document from the Versailles Treaty.  Online, courtesy University of San Diego.

 

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