The period of the “fake war” of England and France against Germany ended, the period when the war was declared, the troops were concentrated, but no active hostilities were carried out. Despite this, the British and French did nothing: Great Britain had only limited troops; France wanted to avoid a new war on its territory.
The Treaty of Versailles signed in June 1919 in Versailles Palace in Paris to end the First World War codified the peace terms between the triumphant Allies and Germany. The treaty was one of several that ended the five-year conflict known as the First World War. She presented the conditions for peace between Germany and