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WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
WWI: War And Peace
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WWI: War And Peace

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the end of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles

the end of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles

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    • 1. Unit 6: World War I
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    • 5.
      • Bolshevik (communist) revolution in Russia, Oct (Nov) 1917
      • Lenin signs treaty with Germany March 1918
      • Germany can now focus attention on Western Front
      • First American troops arrive France April 1918
    • 6.
      • 11 a.m., November 11, 1918
      • “ The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month”
      • Now Veterans Day in US, Remembrance Day or Armistice in Europe, Canada, elsewhere
    • 7.  
    • 8.
      • 60 million men mobilized
      • 8.5 million killed in combat (1/7)
        • average: 5432 killed per day
        • Names would fit on a wall 13.64 miles long
      • 22 million wounded (1/3)
        • 7 million permanently disabled
      • 5 million reported missing
      • 12.6 million civilians dead
        • Civilian deaths exceeded military casualties
    • 9.
      • $400,000,000,000 (estimate by Carnegie endowment for peace, 1920)
        • 1565 days
        • $255,591,055/day
          • $10,649,627.30/hr
            • $177,493.79/min
      • Compare with cost of Iraq War today
    • 10.  
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      • US, Britain, France, Italy dominated
      • Guiding principle (Wilson): “peace without victory”
      • Guiding principle (Allies): revenge
      • Germany, Russia not invited
      • League of Nations: Collective security
    • 14.
      • Article 231: German people wholly to blame for war
      • Germany must pay reparations
      • Germany not allowed to keep large army
      • Germany loses all colonies, conquered territories
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