In GCSE History students will look at World War One and its aftermath. One of the areas they will study is the peace settlements and treaties signed after the war's end. This is the third of four quizzes on that subject and it looks specifically at the Versailles Treaty.
The end of World War One was a drawn out affair. The signing of the Armistice at Compiegne was followed by protracted negotiations among the Allies at Versailles, before a treaty could be agreed. France took the hardest line against Germany, while the USA wanted more of a compromise peace. Britain usually took a position between these two extremes.
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