What is the Treaty of Versailles, and how did it change life in Europe in 1919.
The Treaty of Versailles is a peace treaty at the end of WWI. It ended the state of way between Germany and The Allied Forces. The treaty effected life in Germany by first reducing its amount of armed forces to only 100,000 troops. Germany also lost most of the European territory, such as Alsace-Lorraine, and made restrictions on the manufacture of machine guns.