Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Massachusetts Treaty of Versailles era U.S. Treasury Secretary Morganthau Federal Reserve Note Series 1934 coupon bonds reading a one billion denomination ( on each sheet ) totalling two-hundred fifty sheets thereof sealed within this one ( 1 ) bronze presentation motherbox inscribed with the reading two-hundred fifty billion ( U.S.D. ).
Students will compare Wilson's Fourteen Points to the Treaty of Versailles that officially ended World War One. Both are provided in simplified terms.Key words: WWI, German Reparations, graphic organizer, compare and contrast
What You Need to Know About the Treaty That Ended WWI: British Prime Minister David Lloyd George (left), French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau (center), and American President Woodrow Wilson (right) on their way to the Versailles Peace Conference.
This cartoon appeared in the German satirical magazine Simplissimus, 3 June 1919. Wilson appears to be reasonable. Clemenceau is holding a rope. Lloyd George is holding the treaty which represents destruction of Germany. The victim (Germany) has his hands behind his back.