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Resumen History Segundo Cuaderno

The Paris Peace Conference:

-1917, President: Woodrow Wilson: asked the US congress to make the world “safe for democracy”

-In 1918 he make a speech of thefourteen points for the post-world war. These included the end of the secret diplomacy, armies reduction, the right of self-determination for all nations. He created PEACE AND PREVENT WAR.

-The 14points:

1. Open diplomacy
2. Freedom of the seas
3. Removal of economic barriers
4. Reduction of armaments
5. Adjustment of colonial claims
6. Conquered territories in Russia7. Reservation of Belgian Sovereignty
8. Restoration of French territory
9. Redrawing of Balkan boundaries
10. Limitations of Turkey
11. Establishment of an independent Poland
12.Associations of nations

The end of the world war one

-It started in summer 1914
-11 of November de 1918, Armistice Day
-The main reason for Russia to leave the world in 1917 was the Russianrevolution


- USA – President Woodrow Wilson: Establish democracy, 14 point, peace
- United Kingdom- Minister: David Lloyd George: Restore economy,German fleet, Trate relations.
- France- George Clemenceau: France territorial reduction 13%, Abolition 100,000, army reduction.

The Treaty of Versailles

- The most important treaty signedat Versailles was in 1919. It was the chief among the five peace treaties that terminated World War I. The other four (for which see separate articles) were Saint-Germain, for Austria; Trianon, forHungary; Neuilly, for Bulgaria; and Sèvres, for Turkey.

- Signed on June 28, 1919, by Germany on the one hand and by the Allies (save Russia) on the other, the Treaty of Versailles personifiedthe results of the long and often bitter negotiations of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.

Terms of the Treaty of Versailles

- Germany had to accept the total responsibility for starting...
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