Treaty of Versailles

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Germany was forced to surrender 13 percent of its prewar territory. Upper Silesia was abdicated to Poland, Eupen-et-Malmedy was given to Belgium, and Alsace-Lorraine was finally returned to France. In addition, German colonies and former Ottoman territories in the Middle East were assigned to the various victors under supervision from the League of Nations...
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In addition, German colonies and former Ottoman territories in the Middle East were assigned to the various victors under supervision from the League of Nations. The treaty also reduced the size of the German army to 100,000 volunteers and its navy to six cruisers and a few smaller vessels. Germany was forbidden to possess offensive weapons such as submarines, aircraft, tanks or heavy artillery, and its general staff was dissolved...
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