In 100 words of less describe the 1919 Treaty of Versailles and its impact on 20th Century history.
OK, so there isn't a quiz, but I'll trigger your memory anyway.
The Treaty of Versailles between Germany and the Allies formally ended World War I. Britain, France and US each had different objectives in the peace treaty and subsequently made a mess of things.
The major terms were:
Germany accepted full responsibility for starting the war.
The German Kaiser and other officials would be tried for war crimes.
Alsace and Lorraine would return to France.
The German military would become a self defense force only.
German financial reparations to the the tune of US $31 Billion (1919) would be paid, in gold, to the Allies.
As you will recall, the severity of the reparation payments are credited for the hyperinflation which reeked havoc in Germany after the war, leading to the rise of Adolph Hitler, WWII, blah, blah blah.
All ancient history you're thinking, but not so.
Tomorrow, the German government is expected to make its final First World War reparation payment, thus officially ending World War I, 92 years later.