Treaty of Versailles
This paper discusses six interpretations of the Treaty of Versailles, signed in 1919, officially ending the First World War: Negotiations, aims, motivations, rhetoric, politics, international and domestic concerns, leadership and reparations.
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From the Paper:"This paper will discuss six interpretations of the Treaty of Versailles, which was signed in 1919, officially ending the First World War. These six interpretations will be drawn from six different books by six different authors. These works focus upon different aspects of the Treaty and these differing focuses can often account for the variation in interpretations.
Most of the interpretations of the treaty attempt to explain why the negotiators acted in the ways they did in formulating the Treaty. One interpretation of the Versailles Peace Treaty argues that the Allied negotiators in Paris feared Bolshevism more than a resurgent Germany. The high tone of the rhetoric which issued forth from the negotiations was founded less upon genuine feelings of world justice, than upon uneasiness at the prospect of proletarian revolut ... "
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