What were the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles?
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Think of it as LAMB: Land, Army, Money and Blame were the main 4 provisions set by the treaty of Versailles. Germany lost 13% of its land including land which provided valuable industry to Germany due to being rich in coal. Germany’s once enormous army was reduced to 100,000 men, 6 naval battleships with no Air Force. Tanks were also banned under the treaty. In terms of money Germany had to pay £6600 million in reparations to the allies for the damage they had done in the war. Germany also had to accept total blame for the war. Those are the four main areas that the Treaty covered.
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