Treaty of Versailles
Ch 16.3(.4 is not on test)
#26
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Jan 8,1918 – Wilson presents Congress with his
plan for peace (Fourteen Points)
Nov 3, 1918 – Republicans win c...
Lawrence of Arabia and representatives
from over 30 nations attended
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Star of the Show
Greeted by Europeans
as a Savior
GR. Signed Armistice in
part because of 14 pts
Creel had 60 ...
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Freedom of Ocean Travel
No more Secret Alliances
Arms Reductions
Equality of Trade Barriers “Free Trade”
Self D...
The “Big Four”
1) France
2) Britain
3) Italy
4) United States
They shaped the final agreement

Germany & Russia were not a...
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Lenin had to get Russia
out of the war so he
could concentrate on
problems at Home…
The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
w...
Roadblocks Appear
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European leaders
wish to punish &
humiliate Germany
for starting the War
U.S. overall role in
war ...
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Most of the 14 pts were shot down by Allies
Gives up on the rest to save the 14th pt.
- League of Nations
June ...
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Alsace & Lorraine (industrial region) would
return to Fr.
New Countries Created –CZ/Yugo/Poland
GR - Stripped o...
German Territorial Losses: 1919-1921
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Irreconcilables

2) Reservationists

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Progressive Republicans

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Wanted to focus attention
on problems at home
i...
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Whistle-stop cross country train tour
He is wore down and exhausted
Sept. 25, 1919 – Suffers a stroke
-incapacit...
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Multiple Choice - 120
True & False 50
Chronological Order
- Presidents
1896-1932
15
Matching :
Terms
35
People
3...
Wilson & the peace treaty 5
Wilson & the peace treaty 5
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  1. 1. Treaty of Versailles Ch 16.3(.4 is not on test) #26
  2. 2.     Jan 8,1918 – Wilson presents Congress with his plan for peace (Fourteen Points) Nov 3, 1918 – Republicans win congressional elections in U.S. - Wilson loses credibility with Europe's Leaders The Kaiser abdicates Throne / Republic Formed Nov 11, 1918- Armistice Day (veteran’s day) - GR. Signs in part because of Wilson’s 14 pts.  Dec. 12, 1918 – Wilson arrives in Paris as a Hero
  3. 3. Lawrence of Arabia and representatives from over 30 nations attended
  4. 4.     Star of the Show Greeted by Europeans as a Savior GR. Signed Armistice in part because of 14 pts Creel had 60 million leaflets dropped from planes over GR.
  5. 5.      Freedom of Ocean Travel No more Secret Alliances Arms Reductions Equality of Trade Barriers “Free Trade” Self Determination for Poland  “League of Nations” – th 14 - mediating body- rep. from every nation - provide security for each country Pt.
  6. 6. The “Big Four” 1) France 2) Britain 3) Italy 4) United States They shaped the final agreement Germany & Russia were not allowed to attend
  7. 7.    Lenin had to get Russia out of the war so he could concentrate on problems at Home… The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany, giving them much territory, pop., resources Civil War, 1917-1920 “Reds” versus “Whites” Complete breakdown of Russian economy and society
  8. 8. Roadblocks Appear   European leaders wish to punish & humiliate Germany for starting the War U.S. overall role in war was questioned
  9. 9.     Most of the 14 pts were shot down by Allies Gives up on the rest to save the 14th pt. - League of Nations June 28, 1919 – Treaty is Signed - by Germany Too – Why did they Sign? July, 1919 – Wilson heads back to U.S. to convince our Senate to Ratify
  10. 10.     Alsace & Lorraine (industrial region) would return to Fr. New Countries Created –CZ/Yugo/Poland GR - Stripped of Overseas Colonies GR – Forced to accept full responsibility for starting the War (pay millions in Reparations) “Blank Check”  League of Nations was created
  11. 11. German Territorial Losses: 1919-1921
  12. 12. 1) Irreconcilables 2) Reservationists  Progressive Republicans   Wanted to focus attention on problems at home instead of Europe   Article 10 of Treaty Could put U.S. into war to preserve another nations independence Who should declare war? -Congress or League
  13. 13.     Whistle-stop cross country train tour He is wore down and exhausted Sept. 25, 1919 – Suffers a stroke -incapacitated Oct. 1919 – Senate Rejects the Treaty **U.S. never signs the treaty ending WWI** The U.S. will NOT Join the League of Nations   Isolationism v Interventionism Nov. 1920 – Harding(R) elected Pres. Feb. 3, 1924 – Wilson Dies / Broken & Defeated
  14. 14.     Multiple Choice - 120 True & False 50 Chronological Order - Presidents 1896-1932 15 Matching : Terms 35 People 30 250 pts Roaring 20’s Quiz --- 50pts Notebook 250
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