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Making the Peace and Winning the War. Sections 4 and 5. End of War. Italy switches sides to Britain and France, promised lands Russia leaves the war-they were completely unprepared for it. . Wilson’s 14 points Intro. President Woodrow Wilson issued his 14 points -

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end of war
End of War
  • Italy switches sides to Britain and France, promised lands
  • Russia leaves the war-they were completely unprepared for it.
wilson s 14 points intro
Wilson’s 14 points Intro
  • President Woodrow Wilson issued his 14 points-
    • a list of terms for resolving this and future wars.
  • After all, the ‘Great War’ was supposed to be “the war to end all wars”
  • Vocab: Self-determination-
    • The right of people to choose their own form of government.
slide4
Task:
  • Read the excerpts from Wilson’s 14 points and take notes as you go
    • Summarize the main idea of each point
review of wilson s goals
Review of Wilson’s Goals
  • Spreading democracy: the citizens of other nations should have the freedom to choose representative or democratic government.
  • Open markets: nations should work to lower barriers to free trade among themselves.
  • International organization dedicated to keeping peace: by joining together and promising to protect each other, democratic nations could deter wars of aggression and conquest.
the paris peace conference
The Paris Peace Conference
  • The Costs of War were heavily considered
    • Human: 16 million deaths and 20 million wounded
    • Financial: $196.5 billion (adjusted)
  • The conference had trouble making peace, was faced with conflicting demands and a vengeful Europe looking to blame/punish Germany.
  • The Treaty of Versailles is signed June 1919 to officially end the war.
slide7
Task:
  • Now that we have reviewed Wilson’s 14 points and the foreign policy goals he hoped they would achieve, how did Wilson’s points actually compare to the resulting peace treaty?
    • Match the points with excerpts from the treaty
results of the treaty
Results of the Treaty
  • New Nations emerge in Eastern Europe
  • Italy gained less territory than promised
  • Japan felt ignored
  • Growth of Nationalism in Colonies that had helped fight the war but were denied independence
  • Germany was harshly punished:
    • Lost more than 10% of their territory
    • Lost all their colonies
    • Required to disarm
    • Had to pay expensive reparations (war damages)
    • Forced to take all the blame
  • These nations (especially Germany) felt betrayed, angry, resentful
slide9

Results of the War

*Find the Differences!

task reflect
Task: Reflect
  • If you were a supporter of Wilsonian foreign policy, would you support the Treaty of Versailles? Why or why not?
  • Does the Treaty of Versailles create a lasting peace plan for the world? Explain why or why not.
task reactions to the treaty
Task:Reactions to the Treaty
  • Now that we have reviewed the Treaty and it’s results let’s examine how each of the major power’s reacted.
  • You will be a member of a country:
    • 1=Germany
    • 2= US
    • 3=France
    • 4=Britain
  • Using the primary source packet answer the following questions that apply to your sources
  • Write a report of your nation’s reactions to share with the class
task reactions
Task: Reactions
  • Now that we have reviewed the Treaty and it’s results let’s examine how each of the major power’s reacted.
  • Using the primary sources answer the questions that follow at the back of the packet.
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