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An indispensable resource on the Treaty of Versailles, one of the most influential and controversial documents in history, this book explains how the treaty tried to solve the complex issues that emerged from the destruction of World War I.
Provides an understanding of the many controversies surrounding the Treaty of Versailles, enabling a fuller comprehension of the impact of the treaty that contributed to the outbreak of World War II
Highlights primary source documents that illustrate the complexities surrounding World War II
Offers perspectives of top scholars in essays debating whether the Paris Peace settlement made World War II inevitable
Calls attention to the many peoples who were left out of the decision-making process involved in the remaking of the world