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Treaty was unfair

Reasons why the Treaty was unfair and unjust

New government by 1919, there was a new leadership. This meant the former did not have to experience the trouble, instead, someone else had to deal with the problem
War Guilt G. was not the only guilty party. Many say that it was the cause of imperialism and thus, the winning countries used G. as a scapegoat
Punish the Innocent made civilians suffer more due to lower rations and more difficulties in living standards
Reparations were too harsh, crippled G.’s economy, creating more instability and violence
Forced Peace was a Diktat
The Armistice had agreed to the armistice just before the war ended, therefore, they deserved better terms, much like the 14 points.
Created by: azra3.142