|Treaty of Peace between the Central and Associated Powers and Belgium|
|Signed||January 1, 1917|
|Location||Simpsonhafen, German New Guinea|
|Effective||January 20, 1917|
|Languages||German, French, Italian|
- Germany gained all Belgian territorial possessions outside of Europe
- Germany gained a small amount of land in between Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
- Belgium would no longer be required to be neutral in foreign affairs, and European countries could not protect Belgian neutrality.
Access to Sea
- All signatories agreed to not block access to sea for any body of water, not including rivers within a country.