Making the Peace. Chapter 14 Section 4. The Cost of War. In the end, 8.5 million people were dead. Double that number were wounded and handicapped.
Making the Peace
Both Britain and France demanded harsh treatment against Germany.
Wilson stuck to his self-determination and Fourteen Points
He also believed that the League of Nations should be based on the idea of collective security, a system in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve peace for all.