Treaty of Versailles Source study

Source 1

80. Germany will respect the independence of Austria.81. Germany recognizes the complete independence of Czechoslovakia.87. Germany recognizes the complete independence of Poland.119. Germany surrenders all her rights and titles over her overseas countries.159. The German military forces shall be demobilized and reduced not to exceed 100,000 men.181. The German navy must not exceed 6 battleships, 6 light cruisers, 12 destroyers, and 12 torpedo boats. No submarines are to be included.198. The Armed Forces of Germany must not include any military or naval air forces.
231. Germany and her Allies accept the responsibility for causing all the loss and damage to the Allied Powers.*233. Germany will pay for all damages done to the civilian population and property of the Allied Governments. [The figure was later set at $33 billion].428. To guarantee the execution of the Treaty, the German territory situated to the west of the Rhine River will be occupied by Allied troops for fifteen years.431. The occupation forces will be withdrawn as soon as Germany complies with the Treaty.
Extracts from the Treaty of Versailles, signed 1919
Source: https://www.facinghistory.org/weimar-republic-fragility-democracy/politics/treaty-versailles-summaries-specific-articles-politics-treaty



Source 2



Source:  http://urbachc.org/urb-versailles-political-cartoons.html


Use Source 1 and 2, explain what impact the Treaty of Versailles had on Germany politically and economically.5 Marks

Using the sources and your own knowledge, examine the motivations of those who created the Treaty of Versailles. 10 Marks


Using the sources and your own knowledge, analyse the contribution of the Treaty of Versailles to Hitler's rise to power.10 Marks