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28 November, 06:23

The conditions of the Treaty of Versailles were not monitored completely, ultimately leading to:

1) the creation of the League of Nations with all nations participating

2) Germany making all reparations

3) International awareness at an all time high

4) World War ll

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  1. 28 November, 06:30
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    2) Germany making all reparations

    Explanation:

    The Treaty of Versailles is often believed to have sowed the seeds that prepared the conditions for World War II. But more than that happened after the Treaty of Versailles which spurs a series of events. One such repercussion of the unmonitored treaty was the German reparations. The Treaty was signed in 1919 and the 1921 London Schedule of Payments made it mandatory for the Germans to pay 132 billion gold marks in reparations. This was to cover the civilian damage that was caused during the war. But Germans failed to pay the whole amount and France occupied the Ruhr to enforce the payments. And this reparation was seen by the German as nothing less tha global humiliation.
  2. 28 November, 06:35
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    The correct answer is 4. The conditions of the Treaty of Versailles were not monitored completely, ultimately leading to World War II.

    Explanation:

    The Versailles Peace was the peace treaty concluded after the First World War between the Western powers and Germany, signed on June 28, 1919 in Versailles. The war had ceased on November 11, 1918, and for six months after that, negotiations took place between the victorious powers; then Germany was invited and was forced to sign the completed peace agreement without further negotiations.

    Among other things, the peace agreement required Germany to pay very large damages repairments in money and equipment to the victorious powers. Germany's armed forces were greatly reduced and the country had to resign from large and important territories. In addition, Germany was forced to take on the entire debt for the war.

    The conditions of the Versailles peace and the way in which the peace treaty came about have been seen by some historians as a cause of German revenge schism in the 1920s and 1930s and the national socialist takeover, events which in turn led to the Second World War.
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