|End Of Great War Treaty|
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The End Of The Great War Treaty was first drafted in 1907 by the German Empire and Austria-Hungary. France, Russia, Japan, and Italy later joined in on it.
The treaty ended all hostillities between the Triple Entente and the Central Powers in Europe.
Germany will accept the loss of Togo, Southwest Africa, Western Zanzibar, and Micronesia to the Entente.
No territorial changes in Europe.
Germany will accept responsibility for aiding Italy's reconstruction.
Austria-Hungary will become a full-fledged Constitutional Monarchy, similar to Germany or Britain.
While not part of the treaty, the German Empire, France, Austria-Hungary, and Italy also agreed to be apart of a joint effort to stop Bulgaria, if there was a need to stop them. (At this time, Bulgaria was still apart of the war, and had taken Serbia and Romania and refused to back down, but was being attacked by the Russians.)