How Much Do You Know About The Treaty of Versaille?

The Treaty of Versailles is one of the most important documents of all time. It ended a major war and set into motion the hostilities for a second.How much do you know about the Treaty of Versailles? Let's find out today!
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The Treaty of Versailles brought an end to which war?
World War I
World War II
Korea
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The treaty ended the war between which country and the Allied Powers?
Germany
Japan
Russia
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How exactly did World War I begin?
A bombing in London
An assassination
A bombing in Berlin
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In which city was the Treaty signed?
Paris
New York
London
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The treaty was signed exactly _____ years to the date after the assassination that triggered the war to begin with.
5
2
10
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What was one startling result of Article 231?
Germany had to take anger management classes.
Germany had to pay war damages.
The US had to pay Germany.
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How many soldiers were killed in WWI?
About 500,000
About 10 million
About 30 million
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The Treaty of Versailles is often derided as the agreement that fueled ______.
Communism
Anarchy
World War II
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In addition to extreme debt, what was another impact of the treaty on Germany?
Famine
Humiliation
Stock market crash
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The treaty specified that Germany wasn't allowed to have an army consisting of more than ______ troops.
5,000
100,000
300,000
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Why did France, in particular, want large reparations to be a condition of the treaty?
To embarrass the Germans.
To prevent further German attacks.
To fund a new Eiffel Tower.
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The treaty expressly prohibited Germany from creating what?
Nuclear weapons
An air force
Alcohol
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Okay, so you know bits and pieces about the Treaty that ended World War I, but not quite enough just yet. You might know the countries involved and the role of the Germans, but what about the rest? Study and up and soon you'll be a true Versailles expert!

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Only a total history buff could pass this quiz with flying colors! Luckily, you're definitely one of them. You're a total Versailles buff, versed on the intricacies of this treaty and the war that preceded and followed it. To you, remembering history is a way to keep it from repeating itself!

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1
The Treaty of Versailles brought an end to which war?
World War I
World War II
Korea
2
The treaty ended the war between which country and the Allied Powers?
Germany
Japan
Russia
3
How exactly did World War I begin?
A bombing in London
An assassination
A bombing in Berlin
4
In which city was the Treaty signed?
Paris
New York
London
5
The treaty was signed exactly _____ years to the date after the assassination that triggered the war to begin with.
5
2
10
6
What was one startling result of Article 231?
Germany had to take anger management classes.
Germany had to pay war damages.
The US had to pay Germany.
7
How many soldiers were killed in WWI?
About 500,000
About 10 million
About 30 million
8
The Treaty of Versailles is often derided as the agreement that fueled ______.
Communism
Anarchy
World War II
9
In addition to extreme debt, what was another impact of the treaty on Germany?
Famine
Humiliation
Stock market crash
10
The treaty specified that Germany wasn't allowed to have an army consisting of more than ______ troops.
5,000
100,000
300,000
11
Why did France, in particular, want large reparations to be a condition of the treaty?
To embarrass the Germans.
To prevent further German attacks.
To fund a new Eiffel Tower.
12
The treaty expressly prohibited Germany from creating what?
Nuclear weapons
An air force
Alcohol