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  1. e. Events leading to World War II. The Treaty of Versailles ( French: Traité de Versailles; German: Versailler Vertrag, pronounced [vɛʁˈzaɪ̯ɐ fɛɐ̯ˈtʁaːk] ( listen)) was the most important of the peace treaties of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers.

    • 10 January 1920
    • Ratification by Germany and three Principal Allied and Associate Powers
  2. El Tratado de Versalles fue un tratado de paz que se firmó en dicha ciudad al final de la Primera Guerra Mundial por más de cincuenta países. Este tratado puso fin a lo que sería "la última guerra", trató de limitar futuras aventuras militares por parte de Alemania. Terminó oficialmente con el estado de guerra entre la Alemania del segundo Reich y los Aliados de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Fue firmado el 28 de junio de 1919 en la Galería de los Espejos del Palacio de ...

  3. The Treaty of Versailles ( French: Traité de Versailles) was a peace treaty between the nations of Japan, the United States, France, Germany and the United Kingdom in 1919, after World War I. Germany, Austria and Hungary did not participate in writing the treaty. Germany had the choice of signing it or facing its occupation by Allied troops.

    • Overview
    • Disruption of the French government
    • German unification
    • Provisions of the treaty

    The Treaty of Versailles of 1871 ended the Franco-Prussian War and was signed by Adolphe Thiers of the Third French Republic and Otto von Bismarck of the newly-formed German Empire on 26 February 1871. A preliminary treaty, it was used to solidify the initial armistice of 28 January between the powers. It was ratified by the Treaty of Frankfurt on ...

    In the first seven weeks of the Franco-Prussian War, Prussian and other German forces experienced several great military successes against the struggling French government, including the capture of the current French emperor, Napoleon III at the Battle of Sedan on 2 September 1870. This caused the collapse of Second French Empire, to be replaced by...

    While the French government deteriorated, Bismarck succeeded in achieving the unification of most of Germany on January 18, 1871 creating the German Empire. King Wilhelm I of Prussia was declared Kaiser of the newly created empire in the Hall of Mirrors in the Versailles Palace. The new German command structure wanted to sign a peace treaty to gain...

    The terms of the treaty included a war indemnity of five billion francs to be paid by France to Germany. The German army would continue to occupy parts of France until the payment was complete. The treaty also recognized Wilhelm I as the Kaiser of the newly united German Empire. Preliminary discussion began on the cession of Alsace and the Moselle ...

  4. The Treaty of Versailles was concluded on 15 May 1768 at Versailles between the Republic of Genoa and France. Genoa put Corsica in pledge to France. Genoa and Corsica unified, until the Treaty of Versailles. Corsica had been ruled by Genoa since 1284. In the 18th century Corsicans started to seek their independence. [1]