World War I reparations were the payments and transfers of property and equipment that Germany was forced to make under the Treaty of Versailles (1919) following its defeat during World War I. Article 231 of the Treaty (the ‘war guilt’ clause) declared Germany and its allies responsible for all ‘loss and damage’ suffered by the Allies during the war and provided the basis for reparations.
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