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The Treaty of Versailles was very detrimental to Germany.

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Q: What were the restrictions imposed on Germany by the Allies after World War 1?
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What treaty imposed restrictions on Germany from World War 1?

It was the Treaty of Versailles, bringing World War I to an end. It was signed on 28 June 1919.

What country was given all of the blame for World War 1?

Germany was largely blamed for World War 1. The Treaty of Versailles, signed in 1919, placed full responsibility for the war on Germany and its allies and imposed large reparations on them. This blame contributed to the political and economic instability in Germany during the post-war period.

Who suported Germany support in world war 2?

If you mean who Germany's allies were. Japan, Austria, and spain were their biggest allies.

Who was defeated in World War 1?

Germany and her allies

Who lost in World War 2?

Germany and its allies.

Who were the major allies of Italy in World War 1?

If you are asking if Italy was part of the Allies in World War Two, the answer is no. However, if you want to find the allies of Italy, the main one was Germany.

Who was allied with Germany in World War l?

Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria were Germany's allies.

Did Germany win world two?

Germany did not win World War II. The axis powers, including Germany, were soundly defeated by the Allies. However, the Allies assisted the Germans to rebuild their country following the war.

Why did Italy enter World War 2?

They were allies with Germany.

When did the allies invade Germany in world war 2?

In 1944

What was wrong with the Germans' aggresion after World War 1 when they began to rebuild their army?

When Hitler came to power in 1933 he began to build up the German military. There were certain restrictions placed on Germany at the end of World War I with regard to the strength of their military. Hitler intentionally violated several of these restrictions. His whole purpose was to "right the wrongs" imposed on Germany after WWI. Even if that meant starting another war in Europe,and that is exactly what he did,that was World War II.

Who was fighting the allies in World War I?

The Kiser of Germany. (edit) And all his allies in serbia, where the war started