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    “A Peace to finish All Peace”: The Treaty of Versailles

    Recently, historian David Fromkin wrote a guide about the Treaty of Versailles, arguing that it was ‘A Peace to end All Peace,’ therefore its title. This is so all of the Treaty really supplied was solely an amicable, short-term, settlement between the warring powers that placed Germany in a disadvantageous place. Eventually, this resulted to […] More

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    Treaty of Versailles essay

    In this essay I will be analysing and concluding whether I believe that the Treaty of Versailles was the main cause of the political and economic instability in Germany between 1919 and 1923. Also I will be looking at other factors that may have caused the political and economic instability. The Treaty of Versailles (signed […] More

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    Strengths And Weaknesses Of Treaty Of Versailles History Essay

    On the 28th June 1919, Germany resentfully signed the most famous treaty ever, Versailles. Although years of readjusting the treaty followed, this essay will focus mainly on the strengths and weaknesses of the 440 articles in 1919. The Treaty followed a massive war, with huge human sacrifice. It was supposed to be the Treaty to […] More

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    The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation NATO

    The North Atlantic TreatyOrganisation (NATO) Introduction             NATO is a military alliance involving several countries whose formation date from the Brussels treaty of 1948. The main reason behind the forming of NATO was to protect the security and freedom of its member countries through collective military and political means. It is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium […] More