The next stupid obligation was given to Poland in 1919 at the Treaty of Versailles.
What does TOV stand for?
TOV stands for Treaty of Versailles (treaty ending WWI)
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- Military and Government
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We have 27 other meanings of TOV in our Acronym Attic
- Toole Valley Railway Company
- Torsional Oscillatory Viscometer (measurements; Mansco Products)
- Total Observed Volume (measurement)
- Total Order Value
- Total Organic Volatile
- Touch of Velvet (chinchilla breeding)
- Town of Vail
- Town Outside Village (New York)
- Transfer of Value
- Transit of Venus
- Trial of Void
- Triple Offset Valve
- Technology Order Verification & Validation (B-2)
- Test of Variables of Attention (Universal Attention Disorders, Inc.)
- Therapeutic Options of Virginia (Hampton Roads, VA)
- Triggers of Ventricular Arrhythmias (cardiology)
- Tanker Owners Voluntary Agreement Concerning Liability for Oil Pollution
- Tactile Oral Visual Alternative System (Temple, TX)
- TRMM (Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission) Online Visualization and Analysis System (NASA)
- Trial of Vaginal Breech Delivery
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The year 2119 will be 200 years after the Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I and the institution of the League of Nations as a means of guaranteeing the right of self-determination.
For the record, the Treaty of Versailles is widely considered to be one of the principal causes of the Second World War.
Wilson was unable to get the Treaty of Versailles to reflect his 14 points fully, although it did include several of them, including the establishment of an association of states that proved to be the forerunner of today's United Nations.
Consequently, the Treaty of Versailles, signed in 1919, placed all blame for the war on Germany and required it to pay 132 billion German marks--he current equivalent of $400 billion--to the winners, primarily France, Britain, the U.
The Treaty of Versailles, a peace settlement signed by Germany and the Allies in 1919, made Germany solely responsible for World War One, requiring it to pay reparations for the damage done to the Allied countries and peoples between 1914 and 1918.
1920: The US Senate rejected for a second time the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles and prevented the US joining the League of Nations, fearing they would have to go to war again if another member state was invaded.