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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled Political Experiments of the 1920s to study the Peace of Paris, intended to be the solid foundation on which to build stability and trust in a war-weary Europe, quickly became the leading cause of trouble in the post-war era. Germany was humiliated, and the reparations demands of France led to endless disputes. The newly established eastern European states did not accept the boundaries created for them. So disturbed was the European world after the war, that efforts at stabilization and reorganization were often met with skepticism and outright violence.

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  • Politics in The 1920's. Learn about Political Experiments of the 1920's. Explore the course of Western civilization, from its birth in the ancient Near East, to the pageantry and plunder of the Middle Ages, to the social and political forces shaping the new Europe of the twenty-first century.
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