The Treaty of Versailles, 1919: A Primary Source Examination of the Treaty that Ended World War I
The Rosen Publishing Group, 01.08.2005 - 64 Seiten
This fascinating book tells the story surrounding the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, which ended World War I. First setting the stage by outlining the buildup to war, the book then covers the devastation it brought to Europe. Finally, the book describes the ceremony, confusion, and negotiations of the peace treaty, providing insight into the anger at-and the impulse to punish-Germany. Including one chapter that examines the key articles of the treaty as well as the reasons the treaty eventually failed, the book offers a detailed look at this crucial document.
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