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Teaching World War I: Treaty of Versailles (Databases for Use in Creating Lesson Plans)

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Celebrations - Parades - Municipal events - World War I - [Squadron "A" returns from the border.], Digital ID 731313F, New York Public LibraryCelebrations - Parades - Municipal events - World War I - [Squadron "A" returns from the border.], Digital ID 731313F, New York Public LibraryTo help in your lesson planning, we've highlighted some databases that feature information on the Treaty of Versailles:

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World War 1

The Treaty of Versailles is such a contrast from the Congress of Vienna. It's amazing to me, that European leaders knew the consequences of a harsh peace and worked so hard to avoid those pitfalls after the Napoleonic Wars and leaders a hundred years later made such catastrophic mistakes. Was it errogance or just stupidity?

ummmm yah i have to do this

ummmm yah i have to do this -___- i hate school.

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