Si no le metes dinero no ganas
Reject humanity return to monke
I just started playing but it is so much fun
Hello there! Glad to hear you've been enjoying BTD5! We hope you continue to have fun with the game and to stay awesome!-JR
monke pop balloon. 10/10 would monke pop again
YOU SHOULD BUY THIS IT IS SO GOOD AND WORTH EVERY CENT
By BTD Gamer Man
After my experiences of losing many times I feel sad. F in the chat. Very sad and bad game.
By adolf hi
The Treaty of Versailles (French: Traité de Versailles; German: Versailler Vertrag, pronounced [vɛʁˈzaɪ̯ɐ fɛɐ̯ˈtʁaːk] (listen)) was the most important of the peace treaties that brought World War I to an end. The Treaty ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. It was signed on 28 June 1919 in the Palace of Versailles, exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which had directly led to the war. The other Central Powers on the German side signed separate treaties.[i] Although the armistice, signed on 11 November 1918, ended the actual fighting, it took six months of Allied negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference to conclude the peace treaty. The treaty was registered by the Secretariat of the League of Nations on 21 October 1919.Treaty of VersaillesLong name:Treaty of Peace between the Allied and Associated Powers and Germany[n. 1]Cover of the English versionSigned28 June 1919LocationHall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles, Paris, FranceEffective10 January 1920ConditionRatification by Germany and three Principal Allied Powers.[n. 2]SignatoriesPrincipal Allied and Associated Powers[n. 1] United States British Empire[n. 2] • United Kingdom • Canada • Australia • South Africa • New Zealand • India France Italy JapanAllied and Associated Powers[n. 1] Belgium Bolivia Brazil China Cuba Ecuador Greece Guatemala Haiti The Hedjaz Honduras Liberia Nicaragua Panama Peru Poland Portugal Romania The Serb-Croat-Slovene State Siam Czechoslovakia Uruguay Germany[n. 1]Events leading to World War IITreaty of Versailles 1919Polish-Soviet War 1919Treaty of Trianon 1920Treaty of Rapallo 1920Franco-Polish alliance 1921March on Rome 1922Corfu incident 1923Occupation of the Ruhr 1923–1925Mein Kampf 1925Pacification of Libya 1923–1932Dawes Plan 1924Locarno Treaties 1925Young Plan 1929Japanese invasion of Manchuria 1931Pacification of Manchukuo 1931–1942January 28 Incident 1932World Disarmament Conference 1932–1934Defense of the Great Wall 1933Battle of Rehe 1933Nazis' rise to power in Germany 1933Tanggu Truce 1933Italo-Soviet Pact 1933Inner Mongolian Campaign 1933–1936German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact 1934Franco-Soviet Treaty of Mutual Assistance1935Soviet–Czechoslovakia Treaty of Mutual Assistance 1935He–Umezu Agreement 1935Anglo-German Naval Agreement 1935December 9th MovementSecond Italo-Ethiopian War 1935–1936Remilitarization of the Rhineland 1936Spanish Civil War 1936–1939Italo-German "Axis" protocol 1936Anti-Comintern Pact 1936Suiyuan Campaign 1936Xi'an Incident 1936Second Sino-Japanese War 1937–1945USS Panay incident 1937Anschluss Mar. 1938May crisis May 1938Battle of Lake Khasan July–Aug. 1938Bled Agreement Aug. 1938Undeclared German-Czechoslovak War Sep. 1938Munich Agreement Sep. 1938First Vienna Award Nov. 1938German occupation of Czechoslovakia Mar. 1939Hungarian invasion of Carpatho-Ukraine Mar. 1939German ultimatum to Lithuania Mar. 1939Slovak–Hungarian War Mar. 1939Final offensive of the Spanish Civil War Mar.–Apr. 1939Danzig Crisis Mar.–Aug. 1939British guarantee to Poland Mar. 1939Italian invasion of Albania Apr. 1939Soviet–British–French Moscow negotiationsApr.–Aug. 1939Pact of Steel May 1939Battles of Khalkhin Gol May–Sep. 1939Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact Aug. 1939Invasion of Poland Sep. 1939Of the many provisions in the treaty, one of the most important and controversial required "Germany [to] accept the responsibility of Germany and her allies for causing all the loss and damage" during the war (the other members of the Central Powers signed treaties containing similar articles). This article, Article 231, later became known as the War Guilt clause. The treaty required Germany to disarm, make ample territorial concessions, and pay reparations to certain countries that had formed the Entente powers. In 1921 the total cost of these reparations was assessed at 132 billion gold marks (then $31.4 billion or £6.6 billion, roughly equivalent to US$442 billion or UK£284 billion in 2021). At the time economists, notably John Maynard Keynes (a British delegate to the Paris Peace Conference), predicted that the treaty was too harsh—a "Carthaginian peace"—and said the reparations figure was excessive and counter-productive, views that, since then, have been the subject of ongoing debate by historians and economists. On the other hand, prominent figures on the Allied side, such as French Marshal Ferdinand Foch, criticized the treaty for treating Germany too leniently.The result of these competing and sometimes conflicting goals among the victors was a compromise that left no one satisfied, and, in particular, Germany was neither pacified nor conciliated, nor was it permanently weakened. The problems that arose from the treaty would lead to the Locarno Treaties, which improved relations between Germany and the other European powers, and the re-negotiation of the reparation system resulting in the Dawes Plan, the Young Plan, and the indefinite postponement of reparations at the Lausanne Conference of 1932. The treaty has sometimes been cited as a cause of World War II: although its actual impact was not as severe as feared, its terms led to great resentment in Germany which powered the rise of the Nazi Party.Although it is often referred to as the "Versailles Conference", only the actual signing of the treaty took place at the historic palace. Most of the negotiations were in Paris, with the "Big Four" meetings taking place generally at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the Quai d'Orsay.
By Duo a deer blam
Paid for game then upgrades, it’s ridiculous!