Territorial changes after World War I

– the accession to England of Tanzania and South-West Africa, Iraq and Palestine, parts of Togo and Cameroon;
– accession to Belgium by Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda;
– the annexation of Alsace-Lorraine, Syria, parts of Togo and Cameroon by France;
– the occupation of the Saar by France;
– the annexation of South Tyrol and Istria by Italy;
– the independence of the Belarusian People’s Republic, the Ukrainian People’s Republic, Hungary, Danzig, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Finland and Yugoslavia was proclaimed;
– the Weimar and Austrian republics were founded;
– the Rhineland and the Black Sea straits have been demilitarized.

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