Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles and the European Revolutions in the wake of World War I (28 June 1919)
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While Europe united to crush Communism, the Allies imposed the Treaty of Versailles on Germany. The effects of this Treaty were to: restrict Germany's ability to wage war; force Germany to pay huge reparations for the War; surrender German territory to France, Belgium, and Poland; make Danzig a free city; and create plebiscite zones with Denmark and Poland (where the local people would later vote for which country they would belong to).