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Quiz by Maria Pia Landi

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  • Q1
    1. The Treaty of Versailles was the peace settlement signed after World War One, between the Victorious forces and....
    All of them
  • Q2
    2. The leading politicians of the Treaty were
    All of them.
    Lloyd George
  • Q3
    3. Some of the consequences of the War that have influenced the decisions made for the preparations of the clauses were:
    All of them
    The quantity of dead and wounded
    The loss of roads, constructions and homes.
    The destruction of communication and transport.
  • Q4
    4. Which were the main pressures felt by Lloyd George?
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    He needed the support of the public to succeed in elections and the rise of Communism in Russia.
    He needed the support of the public to succeed in elections
    The rise of Communism in the East
  • Q5
    5. So, which was David Lloyd George´s aim?
    Germany had to disappear as a Nation
    None of these options.
    Germany had to be punished but not to the extent that it left her in a shaken position.
    Germany had to be forgiven
  • Q6
    6. Which position did Georges Clemenceau uphold?
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    France should invade Germany
    Germany had to pay for reparations
    France should take all the German resources
    Germany should be brought to its knees so that she could never start a war again
  • Q7
    7. Which main pressure did Clemenceau face?
    The need for money
    Public opinion
    The need that this situation would never ever happen again.
  • Q8
    8. Which were the main aims pursued by Wilson and the USA?
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    The formation of a League of Nations
    The adoption of an isolation policy so that America could continue growing and commercing
    Germany should be punished but in a way that would lead to European reconciliation as opposed to revenge.
    All of them
  • Q9
    9. Which territorial decisions were made at Versailles?
    Colonies in Africa turned into Mandates (under the guide and surveillance of Britain and France )
    Alsace-Lorraine (given to France) Eupen and Malmedy (given to Belgium) Northern Schleswig (given to Denmark) Hultschin (given to Czechoslovakia) West Prussia, Posen and Upper Silesia (given to Poland)
    None of them
    All of them
  • Q10
    10. The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, signed by Germany and Russia...
    none of these
    was modified
    was considered
    was annulled
  • Q11
    11. What restrictions were made to Germany with the military?
    She was not allowed an airforce. She was allowed only 6 capital naval ships and no submarines.
    Germany’s army was reduced to 100,000 men; the army was not allowed tanks
    The west of the Rhineland was made into a demilitarised zone (DMZ). No German soldier or weapon was allowed into this zone.
    All of them
  • Q12
    12. German reaction to theTreaty
    They protested at the League of Nations
    Though harsh, Germany agreed on the fairness of the terms
    Both options
    None of these options
  • Q13
    13. Choose main consequences for the Treaty of Versailles
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    It kept the French border with Germany safe from another German attack, though a bitter anger was left upon the German people
    The French got their revenge and that made them feel victorious.
    Communism could be stopped
    Cities could be reconstructed though not all the money for reparations was paid
  • Q14
    14. Which of these terms was carried out ?
    The Creation of the League of Nations
    None of them
    Both of them
    The Union between Germany and Austria
  • Q15
    15. How can the Treaty of Versailles be considered?
    As a rather unbalanced treaty that would lead to future conflicts.
    As a fair treaty
    As a balanced pact that would solve the aftermath of war.
    As a danger for World Peace

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