1998. However, rather than inform Ebert himself, he had Groener inform the government that the army would be in an untenable position in the event of renewed hostilities. 234 Schmitt argued "had the four Allies remained united, they could have forced Germany really to disarm, and the German will and capacity to resist other provisions of the treaty would have correspondingly diminished." 235 Max Hantke and Mark Spoerer wrote "military and economic historians.
He had seen the north-east corner of France destroyed and he determined that Germany should never be allowed to do this again. Military Germanys army was reduced to 100,000 men; the army was not allowed tanks She was not allowed an airforce. 148 The transfer of the Hultschin area, of Silesia, to Czechoslovakia was completed on 3 February 1921. In 1938, he published his memoir titled The Truth About the Peace Treaties, in which he repudiated the terms of the treaty that bore his signature. 131 All of the Irreconcilables were bitter enemies of President Wilson, and he launched a nationwide speaking tour in the summer of 1919 to refute them.
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