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Popular Category:Aftermath of World War I

This category is for articles concerning World War I that deal primarily with the immediate aftermath of the war. Only articles eligible for Category:World War I should be placed in this subcategory. Examples include peace treaties, war reparations, post-war diplomatic negotiations. The articles should be primarily concerned with World War I and its aftermath, and not a consequence that arose some years later.

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