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  • Assignment # A Flawed Peace Chapter 11 Section 4Wilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guidingprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? (p. 369)2. What were the concerns and aimsof France and Britain? (p.372)After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the treatypunish Germany? (p. 372)4. How did the treaty change theworld map? (p. 372)5. How was Wilson’s Fourteenth Pointsincorporated into the treaty? (p.372)The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the United States rejectthe treaty? (p. 374)7. How did this rejection affect theLeague of Nations? (p. 374)8. Why did many countries feel bitter andcheated as a result of the treaty? (p.373)1. Woodrow Wilson 2. Georges Clemenceau 3. David Lloyd George Define these terms on Vocab List.4. self-determination 5. League Of Nations 6. mandate NOT HERE!!!!!
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns andaims of France and Britain?After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did thetreaty punish Germany?4. How did the treatychange the world map?5. How was Wilson’s FourteenthPoint incorporated into the treaty?The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the UnitedStates reject the treaty?7. How did this rejection affectthe league of nations?8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty?
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and punishing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did thetreaty punish Germany?4. How did the treatychange the world map?5. How was Wilson’s FourteenthPoint incorporated into the treaty?The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the UnitedStates reject the treaty?7. How did this rejection affectthe league of nations?8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty? View slide
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and punishing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the Germany lost substantial territory, had severe restrictions placed on its militarytreaty punish Germany? operations, and was forced to acknowledge War Guilt” and pay reparations to the Allies. $33,000,000,0004. How did the treatychange the world map?5. How was Wilson’s FourteenthPoint incorporated into the treaty?The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the UnitedStates reject the treaty?7. How did this rejection affectthe league of nations?8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty? View slide
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and punishing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the Germany lost substantial territory, had severe restrictions placed on its militarytreaty punish Germany? operations, and was forced to acknowledge War Guilt” and payreparations to the Allies. $33,000,000,0004. How did the treaty New countries were created from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire; Ottoman lands in the Southwest Asia were carved up into mandates rather than independent nations; Finlandchange the world map.5. How was Wilson’s FourteenthPoint incorporated into the treaty?The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the UnitedStates reject the treaty?7. How did this rejection affectthe league of nations?8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty?
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and punshing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the Germany lost substantial territory, had severe restrictions placed on its militarytreaty punish Germany? operations, and was forced to acknowledge War Guilt” and pay reparations to the Allies. $33,000,000,0004. How did the treaty New countries were created from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire; Ottoman lands in the Southwest Asia were carved up into mandates rather than independent nations; Finlandchange the world map.5. How was Wilson’s Fourteenth The treaty created the League of Nations, on international association whosePoint incorporated into the treaty? goal was to keep peace among nations.The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the UnitedStates reject the treaty?7. How did this rejection affectthe league of nations?8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty?
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and punishing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the Germany lost substantial territory, had severe restrictions placed on its militarytreaty punish Germany? operations, and was forced to acknowledge War Guilt” and pay reparations to the Allies. $33,000,000,0004. How did the treaty New countries were created from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire; Ottoman lands in the Southwest Asia were carved up into mandates rather than independent nations; Finlandchange the world map.5. How was Wilson’s Fourteenth The treaty created the League of Nations, on international association whosePoint incorporated into the treaty? goal was to keep peace among nations.The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the United Many Americans objected to the League of Nations believing that theStates reject the treaty? United States should stay out of European affairs.7. How did this rejection affectthe league of nations?8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty?
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s FourteenPoints? organization.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and pushing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the Germany lost substantial territory, had severe restrictions placed on its militarytreaty punish Germany? operations, and was forced to acknowledge War Guilt” and pay reparations to the Allies. $33,000,000,0004. How did the treaty New countries were created from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire; Ottoman lands in the Southwest Asia were carved up into mandates rather than independent nations; Finlandchange the world map.5. How was Wilson’s Fourteenth The treaty created the League of Nations, on international association whosePoint incorporated into the treaty? goal was to keep peace among nations.The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the United Many Americans objected to the League of Nations believing that theStates reject the treaty? United States should stay out of European affairs.7. How did this rejection affect Without U.S. support, the League of Nations was unable to take actionthe league of nations? on various complaints of Nations around the world.8. Why did many countries feel bitterand cheated as a result of the treaty?
  • A Flawed PeaceWilson’s goal of achieving a just peace differed objectives of France and Great Britain.1. What were the guiding Granting self-determination, and establishing a world peaceprinciples of Wilson’s14Points? organization = League of Nations.2. What were the concerns and Britain and France were concerned with national security, strippingaims of France and Britain? Germany of its war-making power, and pushing Germany.After heated debate and compromise, the Treaty of Versailles is signed.3. In what ways did the Germany lost substantial territory, had severe restrictions placed on its militarytreaty punish Germany? operations, and was forced to acknowledge War Guilt” and pay reparations to the Allies. $33,000,000,0004. How did the treaty New countries were created from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire; Ottoman lands in the Southwest Asia were carved up into mandates rather than independent nations; Finlandchange the world map?5. How was Wilson’s Fourteenth The treaty created the League of Nations, on international association whosePoint incorporated into the treaty? goal was to keep peace among nations.The legacy of Versailles was one of bitterness and loss.6. Why did the United Many Americans objected to the League of Nations believing that theStates reject the treaty? United States should stay out of European affairs.7. How did this rejection affect Without U.S. support, the League of Nations was unable to take actionthe league of nations? on various complaints of Nations around the world.8. Why did many countries feel bitter The war guilt clause left a legacy of hatred among the Germans; Africans andand cheated as a result of the treaty? Asians were angry that their desire for independence was ignored.