• anonymous
Which statement explains why the Senate did not ratify the Treaty of Versailles? resistance to its harsh treatment of Germany objections to helping pay for Europe to rebuild a rise in isolationist sentiment in the United States a failure to include disarmament of the warring powers
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  • Zale101
do u have any idea on what is the Treaty of Versailles?
  • anonymous
xoxo_devvie is right, it's (C). The reason was that a number of Senators didn't like the provision in the Treaty pertaining to the League of Nations, that if a member nation were unfairly attacked the US might be obligated to go to war to protect them without Congress' say so. So, surprise! The US didn't actually sign the Treaty of Versailles...a separate peace treaty with Germany was signed instead.

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