Identify the effects of World War I on Germany and the United States Many civilians were starving due to naval blockades. The nation was held responsible for the war and had to pay for other countries’ losses. The nation celebrated Armistice Day with the other allies who had won the war. The nation’s leader went into exile. The nation teamed with others to create the Treaty of Versailles.

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GERMANY

  • Many civilians were starving due to naval   blockades.
  • The nation was held responsible for the war  and had to pay for other countries’ losses.
  • The nation’s leader went into exile.

UNITED STATES

  • The nation celebrated Armistice Day with  the other allies who had won the war.
  • The nation teamed with others to create  the Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919 after WWI, by the victorious allied powers (US, France and UK) and Germany. Germany was considered guilty for all the losses beared due to the conflict and was oblied, through this treaty, to pay economic reparations to the victorious Entente powers. Germany was highly controlled (suffered blockade) and also forced to delimitarize and to keep its armed forces and weapon production at a minimum, to guarantee that they were uncapable of undertaking an offensive action again.

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