Max Weber was right: "Now it will […] the peace discredits
      not the war, "wrote the sociologist, who in May 1919 as a consultant to the German
      Delegation a few days in Versailles had spent. At the end of June of the year, the
      Germans negotiated there by the victorious powers Versailler contract, which after the
      World War I set the peace order for Germany. Even his contemporaries considered him
      as failed. And not only he: Also the contracts with the German allies – the
      Documents from Saint-Germain (Austria), Trianon (Hungary), Neuilly (Bulgaria) and Sèvres
      (Turkey) – were in their eyes bad contracts.