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The End of the First World War. 1918. Why did the Central Powers loose?. The US joined the war in 1917 The Austro-Hungarians and the Ottomans collapsed The British naval blockade of German ports The failure of the German Spring offensives Attempted Communist Revolution in Germany

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why did the central powers loose
Why did the Central Powers loose?
  • The US joined the war in 1917
  • The Austro-Hungarians and the Ottomans collapsed
  • The British naval blockade of German ports
  • The failure of the German Spring offensives
  • Attempted Communist Revolution in Germany
  • The abdication of the Kaiser
  • The German surrender
what arrangements were made for peace
What arrangements were made for peace?
  • The Armistice Agreement (November 1918)
  • The Paris Peace Settlement (June 1919)
  • - Versailles
  • - Trianon
  • - Neuilly
  • - St Germain
what did the different countries want from a peace treaty
What did the different countries want from a peace treaty?
  • France
  • Britain
  • Russia
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Ottoman Empire
  • USA
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