Aftermath of First World War changed the world drastically in social, political and cultural aspects. Countries all across whether involved in the war or not were affected by this aftermath of First World War. Political boundaries were redefined, new countries were formed while old ones were gotten rid of.
One of the important aftermath of First World War was the partition of Austro-Hungarian Empire, which resulted in the establishment of new empires like Czechoslovakia, Poland and Yugoslavia. These countries were established so as to determine a democratic stabilizing impact in Europe and to act as a buffer against any future attacks fro Russia.
World War 1 – 1920 map shows that nations that gained territory after World War I were Yugoslavia, Romania, Greece, France, Italy, Denmark, and Belgium. World War 1 – 1920 map also shows the nations that lost their territories due to World War 1 i.e. Bolshevist Russia, Weimar Germany, Austria, Turkey and Bulgaria.