What Nine New Nations Were Created by the Treaty of Versailles?


The Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919 to determine what type of punishment Germany should receive for its involvement in World War I. The nine new nations created by the Treaty were Finland, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Estonia, Latvia, Austria, Hungary, and Lithuania.
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Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia were formed. Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia were reconstituted countries. Finland was given independence from Russia. Austria, and Hungary were
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