Terms of the Treaty of Versailles

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GCSE History Quiz on Terms of the Treaty of Versailles, created by Dan Bacon on 03/22/2017.

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Question 1

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How many soldiers were the Germans allowed in their army?
Answer
  • 10,000
  • 100,000
  • 100,000 (with no conscription)

Question 2

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What term of the Treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for starting WW1?
Answer
  • Article 48
  • Article 231

Question 3

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What happened to the Rhineland?
Answer
  • It was demilitarised for 15 years and no German troops could be stationed there.
  • It was given to France

Question 4

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How many planes were the Germans allowed in their air force?
Answer
  • 6
  • 15
  • None - Germany was not allowed an air force

Question 5

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What happened to the city of Danzig?
Answer
  • It was given to Poland
  • It was made an independent city under League of Nations control
  • It was given to Lithuania

Question 6

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Which part of Germany was given to France?
Answer
  • Alsace-Lorraine
  • Eupen and Malmedy
  • Northern Schleswig

Question 7

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In total, how much of her pre-war territory did Germany lose?
Answer
  • 9%
  • 13%
  • 17%

Question 8

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Which territory was taken from Germany to form the Polish corridor?
Answer
  • West Prussia and Posen
  • Northern Schleswig
  • Eupen and Malmedy

Question 9

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Which country was Germany forbidden from uniting with?
Answer
  • Poland
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Austria

Question 10

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How much did Germany have to pay in reparations?
Answer
  • £6.6 million
  • £6.6 billion
  • £66 million
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