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26 Self-preservation Germany realized that victory on the Western Front against France, Britain and the USA was not possible by late September 1918. The army informed the German Emperor who then allowed the formation of a parliamentary Chapter 1: The Paris Peace Conference: the aims of the participants government. This meant that the German government was now under the control of the Reichstag, the German parliament. It was hoped that Allied governments would grant better armistice and peace terms as a result of this democratic change.

Eighty-three per cent of the children were suffering from rickets, due to malnutrition. The country was on the very brink of famine, and had it not been for the aid rendered by the American and other relief commissions thousands would have starved to death. Demobilized soldiers thronged the thoroughfares, begging for alms. The temperature of the hospitals was so low from lack of coal that new-born infants and their mothers died of cold. The krone, nominally 20 cents, sold for 1 cent of American money.

US rejection of the Treaty of Versailles The prime ministers of Britain and France, Lloyd George and Clemenceau, represented the majorities of their parliaments and therefore negotiated with authority for their countries. Their agreements would be ratified by their governments. US President Wilson, however, was limited by the nature of the US government. While the president was allowed by law to negotiate treaties, any treaty had to be agreed upon by the Senate. The Senate was under the control of the Republican Party, opponents of Wilson’s Democrats, who advocated a policy of isolationism.

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