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|Treaty of Peace between the Central and Associated Powers and France|
|Signed||December 24, 1916|
|Location||Bellevue Palace, Berlin, Germany|
|Effective||January 10, 1917|
|Languages||German, French, Italian|
Following the French Armistice signed on July 8, 1916, the Russians and British soon also each signed an armistice of their own. This effectively ended the war, though there was still fighting with Japan, Arabia, and some Balkan nations.
Terms of the Treaty
- Italy received the Island of Corsica from France.
- Italy received Savoy and Nice from France.
- The borders between France and Germany returned to their 1914 borders.
- Italy gained control of Tunisia from France.
- Italy gained control of Djibouti from France.
- Germany gained control of Morocco from France.
- Germany gained control of French Congo (OTL Gabon and Republic of the Congo).
- Germany gained control of French Dahomey.
- Germany regained control of Togoland (Togoland had surrendered to the Allies in 1914).
Other Land and Concessions
- France gave up all treaty ports in China to Germany. For all concessions in China that Germany already had access to, Italy replaced France. For all concessions in China that Germany and Italy already had access to, Austria-Hungary replaced France. If Germany, France, Austria-Hungary, and Italy all had access to the same concession in China, then France would be allowed to keep that concession.
- France payed £2 billion to Germany in reparations.
- France payed £1 billion to Italy in reparations.
- French production, use, and trade of chemical weapons were forbidden.
- French production and trade of submarines were restricted, capped at one new submarine each year whether it be through purchase or production, not including tanks produced by France sold to foreign nations.
- French production and trade of tanks were restricted, capped at five new tanks per year whether it be through purchase or production, including tanks produced by France sold to foreign nations.