Short Answer #1
Please respond to the bolded question below. Your response should thoroughly and thoughtfully answer the question. Be sure to provide evidence/support in defense of your position. Responses that earn maximum points should have no spelling, grammatical, or vocabulary errors; they should be well structured and coherent; and they should fully answer the question. Your response is due by 11 PM on Sunday, November 22. If you miss the due date, then you may still submit the assignment by 11 PM on Wednesday, November 25, but you will incur a late penalty and you will not receive any instructor feedback. Please see the policy regarding make-ups and late assignments from the course syllabus for more information. You may use quotes, but make sure that your quotes are relevant, properly introduced, and explained. Also, your response should not be filled with quotes; please be selective when including quotes. Please limit your quotations from sources provided on Canvas (e.g., course textbooks, primary sources, articles). Do not quote from a source outside of our Canvas course. If you are quoting from the course textbooks then please cite the quote in the following way: (Western Civilization, Vol. 2; p. 75). If you are quoting from a primary source or article, then please include the title of the source followed by the page number in your citation. For example: (A Treatise on Christian Liberty, p. 2). Don’t forget to include quotation marks when quoting a source! Question: The treaty of Versailles was an agreement among the states that participated in World War I. The treaty officially resolved the war. One of the goals of the treaty was to prevent another war of the same scale from breaking out. Do the articles in the primary source, The Treaty of Versailles Links to an external site. (Links to an external site.), lend themselves to ensuring peace (i.e., preventing another conflict), or do they plant the seeds for another conflict to occur? Please explain and support your answer.