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Department
History
Course
HIS103Y1
Professor
Vasilis Dimitriadis
Semester
Winter

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HIS103Y Lecture 37 February 29th. The Search for Security and Stability, 1920-32 Treaty of St. German –violated national self-determination. Treaty of Lausanne – pushed the Turks out of Central Europe Austria Hungary, Bulgaria - All in all, the Allies violated some of their principles. o They made defeated states totally unrecoverable.  Resulted the defeated states (Hungary, Germany)to seek revenge later on => future conflicts to come…. - No seat in negotiations were given to Germany and defeated states. - Although Napoleon’s France didn’t lose any territories after defeat, Germany was fatally penalized in humiliating way. - Treaty of Versailles (Paris Peace Treaty) is nicknamed as cartesinean treaty. Meaning destroyed completely. – most condemnable treaty in history o Germany lost 13% of her territory, 10% of population due to the Treaty of Versailles. - Rus
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