Alsace-Lorraine was restored to - Thinking History

Alsace-Lorraine was restored to - Thinking History

Western Front of Germany Alsace-Lorraine was restored to ______.

Western Front of Germany ______-________ was restored to France.

Western Front of Germany Alsace-Lorraine was restored to France. True or

False Western Front of Germany The provinces of _____ & Malmedy

were given to Belgium after plebiscites. Western Front of Germany

The provinces of Eupen & _______ were given to Belgium after plebiscites. Western Front of Germany

The provinces of Eupen & Malmedy were given to _______ after plebiscites.

Western Front of Germany The provinces of Eupen & Malmedy were given to Belgium after ___________.

Western Front of Germany The provinces of Eupen & Malmedy were given to Belgium after

plebiscites. True or False

Western Front of Germany Plebiscite: a ____ by the people on a question of national importance.

Western Front of Germany __________: a vote by the people on a question of national importance.

Western Front of Germany Mandate: the _____ to rule a country granted by the League in preparation for self-government.

Western Front of Germany Mandate: the power to rule a country granted by the League in

preparation for ____-government. Western Front of Germany _______: the power to rule a country

granted by the League in preparation for self-government. Western Front of Germany

Mandate: the power to ____ a country granted by the League in preparation for self-government. Western Front of Germany

Mandate: the power to rule a country granted by the League in preparation for self-government.

True or False MISS A TURN

Western Front of Germany North _________ was transferred to Denmark after a plebiscite.

Western Front of Germany North Schleswig was transferred to _______ after a plebiscite.

Western Front of Germany North Schleswig was transferred to Denmark after a __________.

Western Front of Germany North Schleswig was transferred to Denmark after a plebiscite.

True or False Western Front of Germany

The ____ Coalfield was put under the control of the League of Nations for 15 years. France was allowed to

take the coal during this time. After 15 years there was to be a plebiscite.

Western Front of Germany The Saar Coalfield was put under the control of the _______ of _______ for 15 years.

France was allowed to take the coal during this time. After 15 years there was

to be a plebiscite. Western Front of Germany The Saar Coalfield was put under

the control of the League of Nations for 15 years. ______ was allowed to take the coal during this time.

After 15 years there was to be a plebiscite. Western Front of Germany

The Saar Coalfield was put under the control of the League of Nations for 15 years. France was allowed to

take the ____ during this time. After 15 years there was to be a plebiscite.

Western Front of Germany The Saar Coalfield was put under the control of the League of Nations for 15 years.

France was allowed to take the coal during this time. After __ years there was

to be a plebiscite. Western Front of Germany The Rhineland was declared

to be a _____________ zone. Western Front of Germany The _________ was declared

to be a demilitarised zone. Western Front of Germany The Rhineland was declared

to be a demilitarised ____. Eastern Front of Germany An independent ______ which had

been destroyed in the 18th century was restored. Eastern Front of Germany

An independent Poland which had been destroyed in the 18th century was ________. MISS A TURN

Eastern Front of Germany The port of ______ was made a free city under the control of the

League of Nations. ______ had a mainly German population, but Poland needed it as an

outlet to the sea for trade. Eastern Front of Germany

The port of Danzig was made a ____ city under the control of the League of Nations. Danzig had a mainly

German population, but Poland needed it as an outlet to the sea for trade.

Eastern Front of Germany The port of Danzig was made a free city under the control of the ______ of _______.

Danzig had a mainly German population, but Poland needed it as an outlet to the sea for

trade. Eastern Front of Germany _____ Silesia was divided between

Germany and Poland after a plebiscite. Eastern Front of Germany

Upper Silesia was divided between Germany and _______ after a plebiscite. Eastern Front of Germany

Upper Silesia was divided between Germany and Poland after a __________.

Eastern Front of Germany Upper Silesia was divided between Germany and Poland after a plebiscite.

True or False Eastern Front of Germany

Posen and the Polish ________ given to Poland. Eastern Front of Germany

Posen and the Polish Corridor given to ______. Eastern Front of Germany

_____ and the Polish Corridor given to Poland. Eastern Front of Germany

Posen and the Polish Corridor given to Poland. True or

False Eastern Front of Germany The port of _____ was to be ruled by

the League. It was taken by Lithuania in 1923. Eastern Front of Germany

The port of Memel was to be ruled by the League. It was taken by _________ in 1923. Eastern Front of Germany

The port of Memel was to be ruled by the League. It was taken by Lithuania in 1923.

True or False Eastern Front of Germany

Some of the gains that Germany had made from the defeat of ______ in 1918 were given up, mainly to Poland. Eastern Front of Germany

Some of the gains that Germany had made from the defeat of Russia in 1918 were given up, mainly to ______.

Eastern Front of Germany _______, Latvia and Lithuania became independent states.

Eastern Front of Germany Estonia, ______ and Lithuania became independent states.

Eastern Front of Germany Estonia, Latvia and _________ became independent states.

Eastern Front of Germany Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania became ___________ states.

Eastern Front of Germany Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania became independent states.

True or False Eastern Front of Germany

The union of _______ and Germany (Anschluss) was forbidden. Eastern Front of Germany

The union of Austria and Germany (_________) was forbidden. Eastern Front of Germany

The union of Austria and Germany (Anschluss) was _________. Eastern Front of Germany

The union of Austria and Germany (Anschluss) was forbidden. True or False

All Germanys ________ were surrendered and given to the victorious powers as mandates by the League of Nations.

All Germanys colonies were surrendered and given to the victorious powers as __________ by the League of Nations. All Germanys colonies were surrendered

and given to the victorious powers as mandates by the ______ of ________. All Germanys colonies were surrendered and given to the victorious powers as

mandates by the League of Nations. True or False

MISS A TURN

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