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"It was inevitable that the Treaty of Versailleswould lead to another war." Do you think that the three leaders made a mistake in 1919?
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"It was inevitable that the Treaty of Versailles would lead to another war." Do you think that the three leaders made a mistake in 1919?
In 1919 the leaders of the Allied Powers met in Paris to decide how to restore Europe and deal with the defeated powers. Five treaties were constructed at the Paris Peace Conference. The major treaty was the Treaty of Versailles that aimed at dealing with the issues that had arisen with the defeat of Germany in World War 1 and an attempt at stopping another war. The Primary aim of the Treaty of Versailles was to restore peace to a fragile Europe.
The issue of Germany was complex as the Allied Powers could not agree on her future. A great deal of controversy surrounds the Treaty of Versailles and Historians have suggested that it contributed greatly to the Second World War. In order to assess whether or not the allied leaders made a mistake with the Treaty of Versailles it is important to explain the outcome of the Treaty and highlight the aims and objectives of the influential leaders in the Paris Peace Conference, primarily Lloyd George, Clemenceau and Wilson.
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