Treaty Of Versailles Summit Series Analysis

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I am comparing and contrasting World War 1- The Treaty of Versailles with the Summit Series. To start my comparison I am going to look at the lasting impacts. With the Treaty of Versailles, it did not have a huge lasting impact. Although it had some, then some would be the fact that this starting WW2 and that has a lasting impact due to their still being survivors in today 's day. On the other hand, the summit series is something that we are still talking about today. The actual day that it happened on. On June 30th, 2017 TSN wrote an article on the summit series and how it would never have been the same without the same players. This proves that this is still very important in today 's day and time. I think that this shows that the summit series is more significant in Canadian history.

The second way I will be comparing them is through the powerful impact it had on the people. The Treaty of Versailles had an extremely large powerful
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The Treaty of Versailles did not have a personal impact on me, although the thoughts and what happened when they signed it is what I have a personal connection with. This is that Germany was extremely upset and fought against it which in the end caused WW2. This is personal to me because I have family that died and one family member that is still living today from world war 2. Although when looking at the summit series, I also have no personal impact on that game, due to the fact that it was in the 70’s and I was born in the 2000’s. My dad does though was alive during that game, and the stories that he has told me were insane. He was telling me that the whole city stopped and watched that game on tv’s in school, at work, in their homes, etc. This had a huge impact on my father which made me realize the type of importance this game had. The game its self-had such a personal impact on my family that it shows how significant of a time period it was in

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