In GCSE History World War One and its aftermath is one of the topics looked at. One aspect of it studied is the peace settlements and treaties signed after the war's end. This is the second of four quizzes on that subject and it looks specifically at the reactions of the major powers to the peace settlement.
The peace treaty that was signed at Versailles in June 1919, bringing World War One to its close, was inevitably a compromise. None of the major signatory powers was very pleased with the settlement, and reactions in Germany were especially bitter, as she had not been allowed to take any part in the negotiations.
Discover more about the reactions of the major powers to the peace settlement, in this quiz.
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