For some reason Libtards have a problem dealing with reality.<quoted text>
You're right. It was a United Nations intervention.
As to the 1st WW ending in 1990 or whatever, because that is when the reparations were finally paid off, what a lot of hooey. I guess I would not have visited Germany before 1990 had I known we were at war with them. Why did neither of our countries issue a travel advisory?
First World War officially ends
The First World War will officially end on Sunday, 92 years after the guns fell silent, when Germany pays off the last chunk of reparations imposed on it by the Allies.
By Allan Hall, Berlin1:37PM BST 28 Sep 2010170 Comments
The final payment of £59.5 million, writes off the crippling debt that was the price for one world war and laid the foundations for another.
Germany was forced to pay the reparations at the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 as compensation to the war-ravaged nations of Belgium and France and to pay the Allies some of the costs of waging what was then the bloodiest conflict in history, leaving nearly ten million soldiers dead.
The initial sum agreed upon for war damages in 1919 was 226 billion Reichsmarks, a sum later reduced to 132 billion,£22 billion at the time.
The bill would have been settled much earlier had Adolf Hitler not reneged on reparations during his reign.
Hatred of the settlement agreed at Versailles, which crippled Germany as it tried to shape itself into a democracy following armistice, was of significant importance in propelling the Nazis to power.