German attitudes 1918–1921
The condition of Germany in September 1918
from a report sent by a British secret agent to the British Foreign Office (September 1918)
A Spartacist poster, November 1918
A cartoon with the title 'Clemenceau the Vampire'
from the German Newspaper, Kladderadatsch (July 1919)
The figure lying on the bed represents Germany.
Clemenceau was Prime Minister of France in 1919.
He is shown as a vampire sucking the blood out of Germany.
An interpretation of the Treaty of Versailles
from The Carthaginian Peace (1945) by Etienne Mantoux, a French historian.
Another interpretation of the Treaty of Versailles
from the memoirs of a German journalist, Egon Larsen, written in 1976.