Causes of the German despondency at the Treaty of Versailles


The Germans were thoroughly disappointed at the Treaty of Versailles. For, it had affected the interests of Germany very badly.

(1) The amount of reparation imposed on Germany crushed the economy of Germany beyond repair.

(2) Militarily, Germany’s strength was reduced to such an extent that she even became weaker than Belgium.


(3) Germany was also denied the principle of equity or justice. The principle of self-determination was deliberately ignored in deciding the question of German-Austria to be a part of Germany.

(4) Germany’s natural resources were allowed to be enjoyed by foreign powers. Thus a treaty that affected Germany in such a way could not but totally disappoint Germany.

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