29.4 A Flawed Peace

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By: Rodrigo Arzola, Sebastian Chavarria, Yazet
Soto, Carolina Thomas, and Greta Stenner
34 countries attended the meeting, but it was hammered
out by the “Big Four”.
-Woodrow Wilsom- President of USA
-Georges C...
Wilson had drawn up fourteen points
for a just and lasting peace.
Some of them were:
-no secret treaties
-reduced armies ...
Britain and France were concerned
about national security.
They wanted to punish Germany.
The TREATY OF VERSAILLES
betwe...
Objective 2: Identify
the effects of the
Treaty on European
Powers.


The treaty punished Germany it lost
territory and it had sever restrictions on
its military operations. Germany took to...
Russia also lost land!
Poland and Romania gained land.
There were other new nations
formed:
Finland, Estonia, Latvia, an...
The Versailles Treaty did little to
build lasting peace.
The treaty produced anger and
despair among nations.
The resent...
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The end of World War I + the Treaty of Versailles.

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World War I - 29.4 A Flawed Peace

  1. 1. 29.4 A Flawed Peace { By: Rodrigo Arzola, Sebastian Chavarria, Yazet Soto, Carolina Thomas, and Greta Stenner
  2. 2. 34 countries attended the meeting, but it was hammered out by the “Big Four”. -Woodrow Wilsom- President of USA -Georges Clemenceau-President of France -David Lloyd George-Prime Minister of UK -Vittorio Orlando- Italy’s President  RUSSIA WAS NOT REPRESENTED (Civil War)  GERMANY + ALLIES WERE NOT REPRESENTED  Objective 1: Explain the events that led to the Treaty of Versailles.
  3. 3. Wilson had drawn up fourteen points for a just and lasting peace. Some of them were: -no secret treaties -reduced armies  a cause of WW1 -adjustment of colonial claims -self-determination -”General Association of Nations” then known as the “League of Nations” International association made to keep peace among nations. 
  4. 4. Britain and France were concerned about national security. They wanted to punish Germany. The TREATY OF VERSAILLES between Germany and Allied Powers was signed on June 28, 1919.  The Versailles Treaty
  5. 5. Objective 2: Identify the effects of the Treaty on European Powers.
  6. 6.  The treaty punished Germany it lost territory and it had sever restrictions on its military operations. Germany took total responsibility of the war, it had to pay reparations to the Allies.  The Versailles treaty created feelings of bitterness and betrayal among the victors and the defeated.  All of the Central Powers lost land and new countries were created  Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Czechoslovakia.
  7. 7. Russia also lost land! Poland and Romania gained land. There were other new nations formed: Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lituania. The United States rejected the treaty. 
  8. 8. The Versailles Treaty did little to build lasting peace. The treaty produced anger and despair among nations. The resentment grew until it led to World War II.  CONCLUSIONS

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