JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post
The 1919 Treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty ending WWI. The 440-clause treaty spent the first two dozen or so clauses discussing the creation of President Wilson's League of Nations, while the rest was a distribution of punishment and reparations against/on Germany. The German military as directed by Versailles was limited to 100,000 soldiers, and had 1926 machine guns, and 2886 cannons. as stipulated Germany could have no tanks and no air force, and was limited to six ships and no subs, and had to keep the Rhineland free of all armed forces.
This infographic displayed some of what was given over by the Germans. Unfortunately I do not have the original source for this--it may have been from Punch in 1918, though I am not sure. In any event, it is interesting, and descriptive:
See another post (with other links) on this blog regarding German military strength in 1929: