Was Germany present at the Treaty of Versailles?
Events Leading Up to the Paris Peace Conference:
During the Spring of 1918, the Germans launched a major offensive against the Allies on the Western Front, and despite early successes, they were forced back to the Rhine River by late summer of 1918. Fearing an Allied invasion of Germany, the German government reached out to the U.S. in October about the possibility of an armistice. In return for Germany's adoption of the Fourteen Points, an armistice was signed on November 11, 1918, and plans were made for peace negotiations in early 1919.
Answer and Explanation:
Germany was briefly at the Treaty of Versailles.
As the peace negotiations began in early 1919 in France, the Allied powers of the UK, France, Italy,...
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fromChapter 12 / Lesson 8
In this lesson, we will explore the consequences of World War I. We will learn about the political, economic, and social impact the war had on the United States and Europe.