Treaty of Versailles
What was it?
The Treaty of Versailles was created by the allies with almost no participation by the Germans. The treaty included 15 parts and 440 articles. Part I stated that Germany could not join the Covenant of the National Leagues of Nations until 1926. Part II specified Germany's new boundaries. Part III stipulated a demilitarized zone and separated the Saar from Germany for 15 years. These were some of the main points of the Treaty of Versailles.
League of Nations
The League of Nations is an organization that was created in 1920 for the first World War. It provided a forum for resolving disputes between nations. It was created by President Woodrow Wilson but the United States have never been a member.