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1 March, 12:17

How did the map of Europe differ after the Treaty of Versailles?

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  1. 1 March, 16:11
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    Because of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany lost 13 percent of its land (which amounted to 25,000 square miles) and had to give back the territory it had gained during World War I. Poland, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Czechoslovakia became independent countries. Austria-Hungary split up and Yugoslavia was created.
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