1.1 The other four defeated countries were given
treaties with the Treaty of Vesailles acting as a
template for the terms
1.2 The other countries had to expect
disarmament clauses, repaprations and lose of
1.3 Follwoing the point of self-determination, new
nations were set up also.
2 Treaty of St Germain (Sept. 1919)
2.1 This treaty was signed by the Allies with Austria. The break-up of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire led to Austria and Hungary becoming independent
states. Austria was neither allowed to unite with Germany.
2.2 By the end of the war, rebellions of the Empire, such as Serbs,
Czechs wanted independent states
2.3 Loss of land to Italy included: South Tyrol, Trentino, Istria and
Trieste (all on the boarder with Italy)
2.4 Land given to new independent states
including Czeckoslovakia, Romania and
3 Treaty of Neuilly (Nov.
3.1 Signed by Allies with Bulgaria. It had 296
3.2 Considered to be the most leniant as only
2,563 sp km of land was lost in total.
3.3 Land given to the newly formed state of Yugoslavia (Northern Macedonia)& to
Greece (Western Thrace) & land given to the newly formed state of Romania
3.4 Bulgaria also lost access to the Aegan
3.5 Bulgaria had to pay £100 million in reparations and the
Bulgarian army limited to 20,000 men
4 Treaty of Sevres (Aug. 1920)
4.1 Signed by the Allies with Turkey and the treaty wished to reduce
Turkish influence on Europe as the Ottaman Empire had vast power
before the 20th century
4.2 Land was lost and had less influence in
Europe, with land being given to Greece, Italy and
Cyprus had officaily become British
4.3 Saudi Arabia became independent and Mesopotamia, Palestine
and Syria became League of Nation mandates and were to be
run by France and Britain.
4.4 Armenia and Kurdistan became independent states and
Turkey lost the rights to Sudan and Libya
5 Treaty of Trianon (Jun, 1920)
5.1 This treaty was signed by the Allies with
5.2 2/3 of its land was lost which was very severe for the nations and
complained about this reduced land.
5.3 Land was given to Austria, Czechoslovakia, Romania and the new state-