The Treaty of Versailles and its Consequences

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Carolyn B

 

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April 23, 2015

 

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The political environment also has to be looked at as playing an important role in the inability of the Allies to forge a lasting peace. Henig argues that "the peace conference was held at a time of unprecedented political, social, economic and ideological upheaval. Any peace settlement would have to operate within highly unstable international and domestic environments? [and] this international instability made the attainment of a lasting peace so difficult...
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Any peace settlement would have to operate within highly unstable international and domestic environments? [and] this international instability made the attainment of a lasting peace so difficult." 5 The goal following World War I was to restore European stability and maintain everlasting peace. However, these goals were recognized by all of the leaders as not easily achievable...
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